Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Masterclass I � Mathieu Fontaine – Miniatures painter

Mathieu Fontaine is coming to BC.

If you don't know who he is, you should. His work is amazing and he has a feature class on miniature mentor for a fantastically painted dreadnought.

From his blog:

You always wanted to take one of my class at Adepticon or GENCON but you never had the means to make it to one of these conventions, well now you can have it in your region.

If you would like to organise a Masterclass in your region send me an email (milice_de_klune@yahoo.ca) and we will start working on the process. But in the meantime, what is a Masterclass:

A Masterclass is an intensive class on painting figurines over 2 days. Every techniques and theoretical concepts are covered from the undercoat to perfect blending passing by zenithal lighting.

The imposed figurine will allow every student to have plenty of time to explore the principal areas of painting: clothing, skin, the face and metallics. In term of theory, zenithal lighting, composition, color theory and base conception will be explored giving every students a complete understanding of the theoretical concepts to maximise the impact of his or her miniature.

The class is over 2 intensive days, saturday and sunday. Saturday starts at 9 am and last until 9 pm and sunday goes from 9am to 6 pm.

The class is open to every level of painters. Whether you are holding a brush for the first time or you have painted hundreds of models for your armies everyone will benefit from this class. Each students will receive the same technical and theoretical information but the follow up is totally personalised and 1 on 1. Every student will be pushed to the maximum of his or her abilities in order to make sure that everyone get the maximum out of this experience. So whether you are an army painter that want to know how to have better results on its favorite model or you are the painter that dream about a Golden Demon this class is for you.

Masterclass I � Mathieu Fontaine – Miniatures painter

Take some time to look around his blog and dig into his work. You'll be impressed!

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