viernes, 28 de marzo de 2014

Leave a comment and win this amazing figures!!!

Hello guys, today I´m going to explain to you this little contest that I have in mind.

I´m just starting as pro in this amazing world of miniatures, and a good way to people know me is follow my blog.

So I decide that we can help each other, you only have to suscribe to my blog and let me a comment explain what kind of stuff you would like to see on it , as sbs, unboxings, news of miniatures.. be creative!

These are the miniatures that I have for the contest. You can only achieve one, so other follower can get one too.



                                               This warrior of shadowcrafter miniatures

      
                                              A pretty awesome miniature, also of shadowcrafter.




Shadowblade of warhammer miniatures. So cool.

                     And the special prize for the best idea for my blog! I´ll choose the 3 betters ideas and 
                                           randomly one will get this super pack of dwarfs.

        I will send worldwide so don´t be shy! wherever you are this miniatures will find you!


12 comentarios:

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  2. Luego te puedes guiar por consejos de blogger experimentados pero la entrada que menos esperas es la que más visitas tiene...

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  3. Go go go Sara!!! Creo que lo mejor que puedes hacer es reportajes de eventos. A mí desde siempre es lo que mejor me ha ido! Ah, y aunque suene sexista, por experiencia sé de buena tinta que puedes aprovechar que eres mujer y explotarlo, que eso en el mundo de los frikis tira mucho! Y si no mira las estadísticas de pintores y pintoras en cuanto a visitas y demás... la diferencia es abismal! Mucho ánimo que tienes musssssho arte que ofrecer!! :)

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  4. la gente agradece mucho los trucos y sobretodo acercar las cosas dificiles a gente que quiere aprender, sobretodo en escenografia o ambientaciones.peroso bretodo intentar hacer llegar tu diversion a los demas creo que eso te llenara tanto a ti, y a la gente que este dispuesto a seguirte a traves de un blog:) y eso se trasmite a traves de tu trabajo:) mucha suerte sara!:)

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  5. Desde mi punto de vista superfriki de foros del tema lo que mas me gusta son:
    - Tutoriales y pap originales con diferenyes tecnicas...no hace falta que sea una mini o proyecto de inicio a final. Ej: "como simular marmol" "madera" "texturas"...
    - Unboxings i reviews de diferentes productos no solo minis.
    - Entrevistas en audio (podcasts) con referentes del mundillo.
    - Reviews de diferentes eventos con fotos y explicacion del evento y su entorno.
    - Competiciones y piques en los que publiques las fotos de los que se apunten y con pequeños premios.
    - Mejores del "mes" o "semana"...
    Espero darte alguna buena idea! Te sigo!

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  6. Pues desde mi punto de vista, completamente amateur, me gustan los tutoriales de pintado y tecnica, y aprender a hacer bases interesantes y originales.
    Que presentes miniaturas nuevas y variadas, e incluso pidas que los seguidores puedan dar su opinion respecto a la proxima pieza que hagas.
    Son solo opiniones, pero espero ayudar.
    Me encantan tus minis!

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  7. Uno de los elementos mas complicados a la hora de enfrentarase a una miniatura es la seleccion de la paleta de colores o de la sensacion cromatica que se quiera transmitir. Podrias incluir tutoriales que reflejen ese pasoprevio en el pintado de una miniatura, no sr ven demasiados y serian una ayuda mas que interesante. Un saludo y mucha suerte!!!.

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  8. Uno de los elementos mas complicados a la hora de enfrentarase a una miniatura es la seleccion de la paleta de colores o de la sensacion cromatica que se quiera transmitir. Podrias incluir tutoriales que reflejen ese pasoprevio en el pintado de una miniatura, no sr ven demasiados y serian una ayuda mas que interesante. Un saludo y mucha suerte!!!.

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  9. Hey,

    so wath do I want to see from you...

    1. I really like to read step by step's from pro painters. Because every painter has his own way to reach his goal. What very important is at a step by step for me is that you tell the followers "WHY" you do something. I think it's easier to understand a way if you understand the why you do something. Only follow the step by step without understanding why to do first that, then that is hard and boring.
    A very good example for this is the blog of Rafael aka volomir, love his step by steps.

    2. Tutorials are also a great idea. Have read your splash tutorial and have orderd the material I need to try it ;-)
    But I think there are to many tutorials for effects. You have to search very hard to find a tutorial for things every "propainter" knows, but most of the beginners didn't know, like "painting different materials" (leather, silk, transparent material...) or OSL.

    3. Basing is also a very big enigma. Every painter has his own tricks, his own "wonder material", his own angel to start a project and let it become true.
    As beginner it's sometimes hard to understand and follow a pro because you don't now every thing thats a matter of course for a pro.

    4. And the best you can do you have done with this post, listen to your followers wishes.

    Wish you the best for the future, I'm locking forward to more posts like the last ones.

    Best regards,
    Michael aka Dellolyn

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  10. Hi, I just found out this blog and I added it to my favourites'. I like reeding all about miniatures, but I appreciate most tutorials and step by step, expecially the ones with videos.

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  11. Hi! I think the water splash tutorial is really promising, so I'm hoping to see more little tips & tricks like that from you. I'd love to know how you did the snow on Falkar for example.

    Looking forward to your future posts!
    /Fredrik, aka Bloodsbane

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  12. I really enjoy following the blogs of professional painters, and I look mostly for step-by-steps and tutorials. You're off to a great start!

    The tutorials are great when I'm looking for some help or hints on a particular aspect of painting. For example, if I'm looking for a red that really pops, a tutorial about color theory or composition is helpful in picking the "right" red, while one about actually executing it helps me with color recipes and techniques.

    Step-by-steps are great from the other side of things for two reasons. It's a way to see your take on a specific mini, which can be a great source of inspiration, and it is a great way to get exposed to new minis. SBS are also great to see how you would apply specific techniques to particular minis and to see how you compose your pieces.

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