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Hi!  One of my buddies sent me this link.  I want to enter but I have only played home campaigns of pathfinder, so sadly, I may not be able to... unless anyone has a character they want me to try to paint.. ::D:

 

Pathfinder Society Contest Link

 

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The theme this time is a hand-painted Pathfinder Society mini. Whether a favorite player character or a beloved NPC, as long as it is from the Pathfinder Society and your creation it counts.

The prize? Gift certificates to paizo.com! First place will win $25 and three runners up will get $15 each.

The crunchy bits for entering:

  • You may only enter once
  • Entries must be submitted to contest@paizo.com
  • Include a photo of your mini and a name for the character portrayed (NOTE: Photos may be resized or cropped to better show off the mini for voting. We suggest trying to send the biggest possible resolution to retain details for resizing. Any image format is acceptable!)
  • Include your paizo.com username

Entries will be accepted until 12:00 PM Pacific time on January 11, 2016. Voting will open on January 18, 2016 and continue until February 1.


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Have fun and paint away.

 

PS... someone tell Derek... :poke:

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Might do it as I know several PFS NPCs. You could go for one of those as well Corporea. I can likely dig up a few NPC descriptions for you and I know some APs have been approved for PFS so you could dig into their NPCs as well

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Interesting. 

 

I do have minis painted (or, in some cases, half painted) for PFS characters. I might take a picture and enter one.

 

We'll see how far I get with the painting.

 

...although the option to get Corporea to paint one for me is pretty tempting. ::D:

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my buddy said he'd send me some descriptions as well.  I'll do something for sure, since I'm on call Christmas and can't go anywhere!  thanks!

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