27 October 2009

Photos of some of today's efforts...

First up, a blue and yellow Gater... the skin is Vallejo Dark Prussian Blue and the bony scutes are done in Vallejo Intense Yellow. Lots of work still to do on hiim, of course (and on all of these, actually...)
Her Royal Majesty's Viceroy for the Crown Colony of Mars, His Lordship Sir Gerald Blythingham, 1st Earl of Mons Olympus. Working on the tweed jacket and the pinstripe trousers still. And brass buttons on the waistcoat, I should think?The Right Honourable Mister Percival Harlod Windsome, the Viceroy's rather useless son-in-law. Mister Windsome fancies himself quite a rugged outdoorsman, but would sulk terribly if he went on safari without his fine bone china and a decent cup of coffee, as shown here.

Here we see the first glimpse of the High Martians, strange creatures capable of flying! Though obviously related in some way to the more common Martians of the cities, steppes and canals, there are significant physiological and sociological differences. These primitives have retained a fleshy membrane much like a bat's wing, and generate hydrium naturally, which is then stored in the large hairy hump above their shoulders.


Well, that's it for tonight. Hope you liked the photos. I enjoyed getting them done and posted!

5 comments:

Eli Arndt said...

HMmmm..not sure I'm clear on what nation Blythingham represents. Must that man be so mysterious about his affiliations?

-Eli

ColKillgore said...

The Viewing public is Pleased.

ColKG

J Womack, Esq. said...

Yeah, he's a real enigma. I was going for loud and tacky. The pants will be charcoal with a light pinstripe. Tweed jacket with leather patches, of course. White shirt (with collar askew) and a green tie. Probably ought to look up the Eaton or Rugby tie pattern...

The sort of new money fellow who bought his silver, if you know what I mean.

Eli Arndt said...

I like him. Can't wait to see what's going on in your worlds. Got a few new ones of my own brewing.

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