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I decided to start painting up minis for my various PCs -An unidentified Grenadier Halfling fighter (chain & shield) as Lvl 7 Rogue, Magnus Perrywhimple (soon to be con only) -Mystic Theurge as Lvl 1 Monk/ Lvl 1 Rogue Stede Blackthumb (Acolyte of Candlekeep), on an acquisition mission to atone for learning and copying ritual magic without permission -Juliette, as Lvl 1 Half Drow Sorceress, Grz'zilda (the Ghastly Gourmet) who was rescued from Hillsfar and while hiding her heritage is now adventuring. I've done a few passes at a few things. But not full base coats yet. Photos later.
Garomero posted a topic in Show OffHey guys been away for a long while doing this amazing diorama! Dragons don't share 2! What an awesome time I had doing this the scenery is beautiful the dragon is majestic! I also decided to switch out the team in the box for a group of treasure seeking wizards and sorcerers. As always comments are wanted and appreciated!!! I Have taken many pics to capture every aspect of the model!
The Kingmaker campaign I am running has some new players and here is the first of many miniatures I'll be painting for my players. I had a good time with this one! Bob is a fantastic sculptor. (But you all knew that already.) The character is an oracle of Sarenrae, albeit a bookish one, so I played down the left hand's arcane spellcasting from the concept art and redid him in Sarenite colors. Okay, fun stuff out of the way. I think every choice I made resulted in making the overall painting harder. The right hand is holding something glowing with OSL. I decided that thing was going to be glowing yellow instead of a nice even Sol spectrum. (And yellow light on a blue scarf! Oy!) I decided the robe was going to be white. I also decided that this OSL-heavy scene would happen during the day! I don't know what I was thinking. Oh, and I stopped counting at about two dozen attempts at the face. I'm not sure how many I ended up with in total--three dozen? Four? But that sure didn't go the way I was hoping it would. Poor guy's wearing cake makeup. Anyway, I view all of these things as experiments and I think he turned out fine for tabletop, which is great, but if you have any particular advice--especially on color choice--I'd love to hear it.