Toxic Tilly

And here’s Tilly finished just in time to be entered into the Rae of Sunshine online painting competition over on Platoon Britannica.

Toxic Tilly

Toxic Tilly

Toxic Tilly

Toxic Tilly

Toxic Tilly

And here are a couple of close-ups.

Toxic Tilly Close-up

Toxic Tilly - Base Close-Up

Mrs Von D thinks I’m bonkers to do such tiny detailing on things like the oil barrel – it’s Miniature Madness I tell you!

Have to say I’m rather chuffed with the whole thing. Many thanks to Mark and Jani for helping me choose the colour scheme. I think I’ve stayed pretty close to the colour gamut and the hue complements seem to be working.

You may notice that the base is a little bit revised from when I showed the initial build. I had a slight disaster when one of the small spheres came off and ripped away a section of plaster. I ended up rebuilding the gloop section but it did allow me the opportunity to add the floating barrel (actually inspired by Mark’s suggestion of having a railing in the water).

Now I hope the Platoon Britannica folks like her 🙂

~ by Max Von Deadlock on February 1, 2013.

6 Responses to “Toxic Tilly”

  1. Fantastic miniature and as stated just full of detail. I particularly like the reflective light of the toxic green.

    Very well done.



  2. Awesome work, the OSL is particularly effective, it really looks like the goop is glowing.


    • Cheers James 🙂

      Yep, I’m chuffed with it. I did wonder if I was going to have to push the goop to a lighter yellow-white to look more like a light source but I think it works as is.

      I’m particularly pleased with the green flash on the underside of her left leg, best seen in image three I think.


  3. You are THE Zohan! You know you may always ask to make my minis “silky-smooth”. Seriously, good job. OSL looks amazing. Only thing I could complain about is lack of glow underneath boobs (although I may have just missed it due to smallish screen).


    • Heh, thanks Martin. Not sure what the Zohan is but I’m going to assume it’s a good thing 🙂

      There is indeed green underglow on the boobs and I can neither confirm nor deny that I had fun painting that specific part of the miniature.


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