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Below are three Wererats and a rat swarm I painted up for a session I am running this weekend. These little guys are tormenting a shop owner in a local dock district. (I still need to paint up the Barrow Rats as dire rats) All in, I think I have about 4-5 hours in the whole set. These are going to be used on the table, and I just wanted something to adequately represent the trouble the PCs will be facing. I'm happy with how they came out. The only real flare I put in them was on the assassin. His dagger is coated in a paralytic toxin, so I added some green and yellow wash to give it that sickly poisoned look. As always, C&C welcomed!
Thanks for looking!
Still rolling along, though mostly stripping paint, last few days. First up, Iron Fist:
I am super in-love with the green wash on blue thing. And then,
I was SUPER happy with how the washes went on this. His basecoat was a lightish gray. Hit him with Reaper's brown wash, and bam. Loved what it did to the fur, but also the bandage-like leg cloths and all, and ESPECIALLY the skulls. I'm not scared and indeed am excited to try some skeletons, now, seeing how these skulls turned out. But then also, I used Reaper's flesh-tone wash on his mouth, as per a suggestion I got from buglips in that question thread I made. Or, well, he didn't specifically say for these kind of monster-mouths, but I thought it worked here. I also used that wash on the tail to redden/pinken it up (with some highlighting later), and I thought I got it a pretty good tone (I was worried about getting too pink). Had a lot of fun with this one, especially when I was geeting to see things work out. At least in part.
Feedback and suggestions and tips and so on still hugely appreciated. Thanks for looking.
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