Hello fellow hobbyist! I am Alejo and would like to introduce myself. Originally from Colombia, I currently reside in The Bronx, New York and have lived in the United States for quite some time! I have painted miniatures for over fifteen years, but more so the past two. It is during these two years that I have had the chance to hone in and improve my painting ability. With that being said, I look forward to sharing more of my work from time to time, and really hope that you enjoy it!
For this showcase, I bring you Roboute Guilliman. This was by far one of the most detailed and complicated miniatures that I have painted. It was completed with motivation from my colleague Silvernome, as we both attempted to complete the Primarch brothers to use in a game. The model itself was painted in a way that it reflected the original painted by Games Workshop. Some differences were considered however to reflect my own preferences. One example being the gold trim which was washed using an Citadel’s Fuegan Orange to reflect the armies that I use for games (6th Company). Most of my armies use an Ochre like colour to unify them as a force. Rather than using the open face, I decided to paint the helmet to imply Guilliman’s eagerness to combat! Some of the toughest areas to paint here were the crest, and the small details on the legs and groin area.


I'm so stoked for the new Age of Sigmar Soul Wars that's on the way that I thought I'd quickly sneak in a few more Stormcast Eternal Liberators for my Primal Kings army. These are just the push fit ones but it was so nice being able to assemble some models really quickly and jump straight into the painting. I'm working on blocking in the white areas at the moment ready for the yellow layers. It's time consuming but I find it really therapeutic and rewarding. I'm really enjoying the Get-a-Little-Grips for the batch painting. If you'd like to check out the grips, click this link.

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