Little Sith

by Massive Voodoo

Hidiho Jungle,

these weeks on Massive Voodoo do look like a lot of finished miniatures still have to be shown in here and you are absolutely right. Plenty more to come.

Early 2017 Roman was giving away this little Sith girl by Hasslefree Miniatures in 28mm as a free giveaway on Instagram. He wanted to thank everybody who followed him there and celebrate 5000 IG followers with this give away. One lucky winner was drawn and already recieved the miniature.

You can follow Roman on Instagram here too.
He already announced the next milestone when another miniature project by him will be given away!
Well, now to the little Sith ...

Hasslefree Miniatures, 28 mm

You can find more photos of her via Putty&Paint:

Roman wrote an article for Figure Painter Magazine focusing on OSL (Object Source Light): 

Keep on happy painting!

Frank von Stein

by Massive Voodoo

Hey Jungle,

in late 2016 Roman finished a very cool model by Terrible Kids Stuff, its name:
Frank von Stein. A very weird concept out of Paola Parente's Dust universe and defintly a unique character in 75 mm.

By little accident Roman was forced to do some small conversions on the model, first at the claws, followed by the upper body additions. Pure fun. There will be a future step by step on this project as well to explain these happy little accidents.

Frank von Stein
Terrible Kids Stuff, 75 mm

In private collection.

You can find more photos of this project via:

Keep on happy painting!


by Massive Voodoo

Good Morning Jungle,

recently Roman took his time to paint up one of his favourite sculpts.
The miniature is from Predastore in 28 mm. 

Predastore, 28 mm

In private collection.

The basework was quite easy. Some green painted stones, followed by dosh. If you are interested in some vegetation on your base we suggest the following articles:

Keep on happy painting!

Captain Garfio

by Massive Voodoo


While starting this in a private coaching session with Meg Maples, Roman is happy to show you the finished version of his Captain Garfio, sculpted by Lucas Pina.

"This is mine, I dug it out, my treasure chest ... do not challenge me!" - Captain Garfio

A very pure character to paint.
A joy to paint. A lot of Pirate Music was playing while this was finished.
Roman did paint this on comission in the end of 2016.

Captain Garfio
Sculpt by Lucas Pina, 1:10

And a photo from the workbench.

If you want to see more photos of this project please visit Roman on Putty&Paint.

Keep on happy painting!

Old Barbarian

by Massive Voodoo

Aloa -he Jungle,

time for another project Roman did finish in the end of 2016.
Roman's studies of painting stuff up leads him to weird places. This result here is definatly one of these places. Roman calls it "genithal light" and enjoyed his studies on it a lot.

Good News is he did so many photos that he might be able to write a big article sooner or later on his thoughts, ways of achieving something and his steps while swinging the brushes on this old barbarian. Miniature is by Black Sun Miniatures and was a joy to paint.

Old Barbarian
Black Sun Miniatures, 75 mm

You can also find this project with too much genital light on Putty&Paint.
This project is in private collection. Thank you Mr. C. for your support in Roman's art, passion and work.

Keep on happy painting!

Update on Spartan Warrior - Kopis and Aspis

by Massive Voodoo

Hi Jungle,

Roman finished a bust of a Spartan Warrior by Pegaso in the end of 2016, which was not finished at all. Now it is finished, because it was missing something.

An Aspis (shield of the hoplite) and a Kopis (sword of the ancient hoplites).
Roman asked Raffaele Picca if he would sculpt this for him in 3D, Matt Cexwish's Pro Tools did the 3D prints in Berlin. Thanks also to Kirill Kanaev who helped Roman to get a shield by Young Miniatures. In the end it turned out that Roman and his client had to decide what shield to use ...

Really sweet work by Raffaele.

Kopis in place. Check.

Shield #01

Both options. We decided on the right one as if you think about the scale of the model (1:11) this shield needs to be bigger than the version on the left. In real a Aspis was about one meter of diameter. Super-huge, but super-protective and super-heavy, only for super-strong ancient warriors.

Right size.

Roman finished the paintjob on the shield and the kopis and attached both to the bust. His client was superhappy with it and they are already planning their historical project for 2017.

If you want to see more photos of the project, please check back with Putty&Paint.

Keep on happy painting!

Speedpainting Masterclass in Forchheim

by Massive Voodoo

Hey jungle readers,

we are happy to announce the next MV painting class in Germany.
This time, Roman will give a special class in Forchheim: it will be a Speedpainting Masterclass with Zombies :-)
It´s a one-day-class, which will be on Saturday, 15th of July 2017.

Be sure to save your seat quickly. If you are interested in joining the class, please write an E-Mail to Peter: baphomet---at---massivevoodoo---dot---com or subscribe via the forum link where you also can get all necessary information:

If you need an English translation, please feel free to contact Peter via the E-Mail-address above.

If you are interested in having one of Roman´s classes in your city, please check this link: CLICK

Best regards,
your MV-Team