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Some last-minute Pathfinder preparation forced me to do a couple of speed-paints.

 

Skinsaw Cultist:

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1 Hour from base coat to highlights.

 

Cloth & War Razor: Pure Black > Splattered Crimson > Marigold Yellow > Blond Hightlight

Leather: Pure Black > Cloudy Grey + Splattered Crimson > Misty Grey

 

I tried to give the impression of golden runes on the cloak, but was rushed so they really just look like blobby highlights.

 

Flesh Golem:

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2.5 hours.

 

Skin: Amber Shadow > Fair Shadow > Fair Skin + Dirty Bone

Pants: Walnut Brown > Tanned Leather > Dirty Bone

 

Finished with two washes, one Pure Black the other Splattered Crimson, applied selectively.

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Yesterday, my Pathfinder players found this running towards them:

 

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The Scarecrow, a self-aware Flesh Golem composed of human, horse and dog meat.

 

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Colour scheme is based on Paizo's artwork.

 

Skin: Olive Skin Shadow > Olive Skin > Yellowed Bone

Shirt: Olive Shadow > Olive Drab > Worn Olive

Hat: Uniform Brown > Green Ochre > Fade Khaki

Trousers: Walnut Brown > Yellowed Bone

Scythe Handle: Walnut Brown > Cloudy Grey

Scythe Blade: Stormy Grey > Cloudy Grey > Misty Grey

Viscera: Walnut Brown > Spattered Crimson > Gore Red

 

I used a Black Wash to mark edges and to make the stitching pop, and Flesh Wash on parts of the skin to create a mottled impression with slightly pinker/redder patches.

 

When mixing for skin and clothes, I routinely added a few drops of colour from a different material, to give everything a unified sense of age and grime.

 

The base was constructed using cork and sand, with static grass and leaf flock added after painting.

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Nope. Run the other way. Nice perspective shot. I love the autumn leaves, but I'd like to see an overhead shot of those and maybe some tips? Or are those just things you can buy that come like that (leaf flock?)

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Nope. Run the other way. Nice perspective shot. I love the autumn leaves, but I'd like to see an overhead shot of those and maybe some tips? Or are those just things you can buy that come like that (leaf flock?)

 

Those are birch seeds.

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