Workspaces gallery 2016

by Massive Voodoo

Hi Jungle Painters,

it is about time. 
Via our Happy Birthday Massive Voodoo Celebrations we asked you to show us one photo of your workspace to enter in the happy b-day contest. Three persons will be picked to win a skype session with one of the following gentlemen:


We now bring you all the entries. First calculations said it was 46. Today Roman was downloading all the photos and the organisation behind the curtan and he realized that it is only 44 photos in this folder. The other four were organisation emails concerning this topic. Allright, 44 it is then. Thanks to everyone for participating. We will let you know about the winners in the next two or three weeks.

Please enjoy the gallery:

#01: Allan

#02: André

#03: Andy

#04: Anja

 #05 : Benjamin

#06: Christoph

#07: Claus

#08: Conny

#09: David 1

#10: David 2

#11: Devon

#12: Diana

#13: Dominik

#14: Donal

#15: Hajo

#16:  Harald

#17: Jens

#18: Jonas

#19: Jörg

#20: Jürgen

#21: Kat
 #22: Koen

#23: Kyle

#24: Leonard

#25: Luis

 #26: Luke

 #27: Mads

#28: Mally

#29: Marcello

#30: Martin

#31: Matthew

#32: Metty

#33: Michael

#34: Mike

#35: Nick

#36: Sandra

#37: Sascha

#38: Scott

#39: Sebastian

#40: Sergio

#41: Tim

                                                                          #42: Tobias

#43: Trent

#44: Val


Roman will do judging work 
over the next couple of weeks. It could go faster, but you know monkeys are always busy and this is something special that needs time. Roman will judge from his heart with no proper judging rules. Just gets an impression of your workspace and this needs proper time. Stay tuned! 

You want to support Massive Voodoo? 
If you like to support or say thanks the monkeys of Massive Voodoo in what they do, please feel invited to drop a jungle donation in their direction via paypal or check their miniatures they got on sale here.

Keep on happy painting!

Weekly Weathering inspiration, part 6

by Massive Voodoo

And part 6 arrives.
See part 1 here.
See part 2 here.
See part 3 here.
See part 4 here.
See part 5 here.

Let's do some weathering inspiration, shall we?

The reason for this pure inspiration was Peter's and Roman's trip to Arvika, Sweden this year and a crazy guy named Markus, who helped organising this MV's Jar's Beginners class so up north.

He picked up both MV monkeys in Oslo and instead of driving home to Arvika he had a surprise for us and took us to a hidden place somewhere in Sweden's deep forests - a car graveyard with over 800 rusting cars, aged by weathering and nature's power - a beautiful place to take photos and draw inspiration:

If you want to see more inspirational photos and you learn to observe and study real life things for your miniature painting inspiration, you can find more photos like this on Roman's photo instagram account: have a look and stay inspired!