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77120: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin, 77176: Familiars faerie dragon and cat

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This was the last of the Tieflings (aka Hellborn) in my set. I could probably use more, since my campaign is full of Tieflings. This particular familiar set is also done. Yay! Of the other familiar set, I only have the winged-snake left.

There is nothing special about the cat. He was just too small for me to do much with. He just got a dry-brushing in gray. The faerie dragon I wanted to give brilliant blue wings, but I imagined that if he folded his wings they would be more camoflage, so I went with browns.

The paladin was fun to paint. I should have done something with his shield. I imagined some kind of flame motif, but just did not have any good ideas.

 

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1 hour ago, CorallineAlgae said:

That Tiefling came out great! Love the way you painted his armor. 

 

Thanks! It was simply dry-brushing with Army Painter Gun Metal, Platemail, Silver, then a soft tone over the scale mail. The shield I did a light brushing of Bronze over top.

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44 minutes ago, Pillpeddler said:

Gpod job.  The fairy dragon wings are excellent, I don't envy you painting those teeny tiny wing patterns.  Very cool.

 

Now that I have reading glasses, it is much easier. :lol:

 

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