14 Mar 2015

68th post - Gil-galad of the Noldor!



Welcome again for the second post of today :)

This one is very exciting for me since this is a great character and also a great miniature!!

Gil-galad was the last king of the Noldor.
He led the elves of the last alliance against Sauron in the Battle of Dagorlad (being killed in that same battle).
This mighty First Age elf carried to battle one of the most legendary weapons of Middle Earth's history - the spear Aeglos (translated Snow-point).


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About this model, I can honestly say that it was one of the miniatures that I enjoyed painting the most.
It's a lovely model, and I'm very pleased with the final result that I achieved here.

So, as usual, here are the paints used for this mini:




And here are the photos of the model:













I sincerely hope you guys like this one :)
As always, any kind of tips or suggestions are very welcome.

Happy wargaming/hobbying mates :D


16 comments:

  1. Excelente, Tiago! Acho espectacular como consegues dar expressões tão detalhadas e vincadas às tuas personagens :D Bom fim de semana! :D

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    1. Muito obrigado Rogério :)
      É um dos pontos que eu mais tento aperfeiçoar: as expressões das caras!

      Bom fim de semana :)

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  2. A fantastic work on the blue colors..very nice!

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    1. Many thanks Phil :)
      I'm very pleased with the blues eheheh
      Cheers

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  3. Great job Jimmy on one of my favorite minis.

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    1. Thanks Robert :)
      This model is really awesome!

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  4. Excellent job, looks very regal

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  5. Lovely miniature - pity that Gil-Galad only got about 4 seconds on-screen in 'Fellowship'!

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    1. Thanks Evan :)
      Yep, it's a shame... He is such a great character

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  6. By the result, it is obvious that you have enjoy it!!! Excellent work!!
    regards, George.

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    1. Many thanks George :)
      I really did eheheh

      Cheers

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