Geralt of Rivia is a beloved character from the popular video game and book series, and I knew that I had to do him justice with my painting. The miniature itself was incredibly detailed, with every aspect of Geralt’s iconic costume carefully rendered in miniature form.
One of the things that made this miniature so interesting to paint was the texture of Geralt’s clothing and armor. The leather and metal had a realistic look to them, and I enjoyed the challenge of capturing that texture in my painting.
But the real challenge came in painting Geralt’s face. The miniature had a lifelike representation of Geralt’s steely gaze, and I wanted to capture that intensity in my painting. I spent time carefully layering and blending different colors to create a realistic skin tone and bring out the details of Geralt’s facial features.
One of the things I love about painting miniatures is the opportunity to really get to know a character. With Geralt, I was able to immerse myself in the world of The Witcher and bring that knowledge and passion to my painting. From the intricate details of his costume to the intensity of his expression, every aspect of the miniature was a joy to paint.
When I finally finished the miniature and handed it over to my friend, I felt a sense of pride and accomplishment. Not only had I brought Geralt of Rivia to life in miniature form, but I had also grown as an artist in the process. Painting this miniature was a true pleasure, and I can’t wait to see what other characters I’ll get to bring to life in the future.