One Shot #1 Painting Challenge

ONE SHOT #1 GOBLIN CHIEFTAIN PAINTING CHALLENGE

Winner

Well done to Luke Wilson who takes first place with his bright, bold and smoothly painted entry. Luke got high marks from all four of the judges (with a high of 19/20 from sculptor Valentin Zak) and ended up being a clear winner. There's a lot of style on show here with the dust-ball and tilt to the basing adding a sense of speed. The colours are vivid but carefully balanced across the model and the actual application of paint is as smooth as can be.  

This model will soon join the collection of painted models in Infamy's miniature cabinet. With our new home at Element Games there are plans to have a proper display in their store, so should you feel like making a trip you'll be able to see it for yourself some time in 2017.

Congratulations Luke!

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Other entries

Everyone who entered has earned themselves credit for the Infamy store. Thanks so much to everyone else who participated. There's a larger gallery of entries on the Infamy Miniatures Facebook page but here are some selected highlights.

Second place overall was this entry painted by Adam Skinner

Second place overall was this entry painted by Adam Skinner

Jan Kaemmerling Schwarz-Brot finished just behind Adam in third place. The judges all really loved the imposing base here, adding a big impact to his piece.

Jan Kaemmerling Schwarz-Brot finished just behind Adam in third place. The judges all really loved the imposing base here, adding a big impact to his piece.