We moved!

2 01 2012

As I announced a few days ago, with the new year will come a nice surprise. Since today is officially launched my new study web site!

90% is operational because there are still some posts to translate into English, which temporarily unavailable. I must also restructure a few things. But in principle is already up and running! Still, if you observe any type of incident, incompatibility or problem, do not hesitate to tell me to fix it.

On the other hand, to warn you that if you are subscribed to this page will require you to turn to it in the new one, in order to remain to date with updates that I perform. I feel this discomfort, but is an unavoidable issue.

And finally, tell you that this site will no longer be updated, but all published material will be available for some months.

And without further ado, I leave you with the new website: www.iguazzu.com

I hope you enjoy it as much as this! And happy new year!

PD: Thanks to Migue from http://www.dragonesycastillos.com/ for all his help with this new proyect!


2011 stats resume

2 01 2012


The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 14,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 5 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to read the full 2011 report!

New proyect

18 12 2011

A few days ago I’d finished my fifth box art for Kabuki Models. And before start the new one, I’ve take some days with a new proyect. It’s the first time that I work in something similar and it’s very interesting and exciting for me. In some weeks I hope to share with you the complet work and my experience. But by the moment I just can show you this picture…

The music that inspires me today

14 12 2011

Today I woke up like every morning. I got to walk my dog, took my breakfast, I readed my mail, I checked the network … and the end of it and just before starting work, the only song that came to mind was this theme by Calle 13. Thisis the best thing that this  morning has inspired me …

I leave you to enjoy it 😉

[youtube http://youtu.be/2sVW-uPe5dw]

In the work bench

13 12 2011

These days I’m working in a new box art from Kabuki Models and I’m having a déjà vu  feeling. This work reminds me to the Abyssal Warlord, with all this metal.

In other hand, I’d recieved a lot of questions about how I work the real metals; so I’m considering to make a video tutotial about it. I hope to get it finished until end of January.

And finally, the January 1st I’ll have a surprise to all of you that follow me from here, so please have your eyes wide!!

Ok, and now the pictures of the actual Uriel, still in porgress

Abyssal Warlord and new tutorial

3 12 2011

A few days ago I finished my last figure. Abyssal Warlord,  from Scale 75. Although in reality are almost 84mm which measures this piece sculpted by Raul  G ª Latorre.

It’s one of those figures I need to paint from time to time. A piece that makes me away from it all and enjoy it 100%. In my opinion, is the most complete work I have done to date in all respects.

Furthermore, once again I had the invaluable help of Piqui to carry out the base, which has marked this great idea that has enveloped the figure.

Coming soon I’ll write an article about the painting process to be published in the Game Forces magazine. Meanwhile I leave you with the final photos and a new tutorial that you can find at the botton.

I hope you enjoy it and feel free to ask, comment, criticize, etc.

The CMON link: http://www.coolminiornot.com/292913

On the other hand, I would like to share a new tutorial. Many people have asked of fulfilling those little water effects, so I consider interesting to write a small article explaining the question. You can find it in the tutorials page

Smith Knight

27 11 2011

This is my third box art for Kabuki Models. In this time, from their Knights of Legend’s range. It’s a 40mm tall, inspired in the art work by Aurelio Lecis and sculpted by Jarek.

You can purchase this limited edition to 500 units HERE