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A friend of mine is running our group through the Pathfinder adventure path "Reign of Winter"
 
Because I am a sadist, I decided to try and paint up something as a present for him in appreciation of running such a long series of modules.
 
In addition, I am working with the folks at http://impudentmortal.com/ to create the hut (while I will be sculpting the chicken leg base).
 
This thread is to kick me in the pants so that I actually finish it!
 
First up is my "inspiration" shots on my corkboard... I find it helps to have visuals up that A: kick me in the pants whenever I walk by and B: give me some help whenever I think, "Hmm... what color should I do her babushcka?" and other random questions... so — inspiration board pics:

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And finally: the beginnings of Ms. Yaga (Baba to her friends and enemies and frenemies)

 

PS: This is 60077   :blush:

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Very cool project! I look forward to seeing it progress.

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