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  1. Here's Kul-Inkit, a character from the fifth installment of the Pathfinder "Iron Gods" Adventure Path (#89: "Palace of Fallen Stars"). I sculpted this figure in early 2017 and painted her last week (January 2018). She is a great warrior but unhappy in her role as consort to Kevoth-Kul, "the Black Sovereign", nominal ruler of Numeria. (He is also Reaper figure #60189.) Your characters might meet her in his palace. Numeria blends fantasy barbarians with sci-fi. A spaceship from another galaxy crashed there many years ago, and people have been plundering the wreckage. The overall color scheme is from the art in the book, but I posed her differently when I sculpted her, since the pose in the book wouldn't have worked as well for casting in miniature. The concept art reminded me of the model Linda Evangelista, who I think had this hairstyle at some point in her career. For the non-metallic metals (NMM) on the axe and shield and back-plate, I used several colors and scratchy strokes at various angles with very fine brushes. Just trying something different. Enjoy, Derek
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