Amalor Myrnnyx

Recent work

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It's been a while since I've had the time to paint fantasy pieces, but these were needed for our current campaign.

 

As always, thoughts, opinions, and thrown pottery welcome.

 

 

Elbreth Eveningstar

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Cleric of Ishnar

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Trinia Nabor

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Narg Bloodtusk

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All looking very nice. Clean, smooth, and good colors!

I think Narg's horns came out well

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Nice work. It's neat how they match the backdrop for the photographs.

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Nice work. It's neat how they match the backdrop for the photographs.

 

All except for the desert guy... the backdrop distracts from the desert motif.

 

Nice minis, though!

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They all look great! I think the Cleric of Ishnar is my favorite of the lot, with all those little props on the costume, and the muted color scheme. (I don't mind the non-desert backdrop. Perhaps he's in some royal garden in the fantasy world equivalent of the Fertile Crescent.)

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Nice work. It's neat how they match the backdrop for the photographs.

 

All except for the desert guy... the backdrop distracts from the desert motif.

 

Yeah, I'm still working on a desert backdrop.

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The minis are nice! i am now adding Trinia to my "to buy" list.

Also, I love the backgrounds you used. the idea of a set piece and then a backdrop is awesome. I'm going to steal it in the future.

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The minis are nice! i am now adding Trinia to my "to buy" list.

Also, I love the backgrounds you used. the idea of a set piece and then a backdrop is awesome. I'm going to steal it in the future.

 

Thank you. I've never liked the gradient backdrops, because I always felt that it took the model out of it's context. With the different backdrops, it helps set the tone and feel for the model better.

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