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I certainly did enjoy! Both the sculpt and paintwork are splendid. Looking forward to having a go at this one myself.

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Anther fantastic paint & sculpt. Love it!

 

Oddly this one is already discoed on Paizo's webstore. Along with a couple other Pathfinder/Reaper figures.

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That's another amazing piece, we are getting spoiled today. The NMM is great, I like all the scratches, they create a reflective effect on the surfaces.

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Awesome.  Nice tight shot of the face.

 

How much damage on the shield is sculpted in versus painted in?

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that's brilliant!

 

we are starting Iron Gods, love the setting and the mix of scifi/fantasy in Pathfinder. Not as full blown as Starfinder (which I hear is good as well)

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Awesome job on the face.  I really like the colors too.

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Thanks, folks!

@paintybeard: Good!  Post some pics when you've painted yours.

@Metalchaos: I shot the photos for this figure and Skreed yesterday, and I thought about spacing them out over two days, then decided to post both today.  And yeah, I guessed that those little scratches would imply a metallic surface/shininess but wasn't sure it would work. Usually I paint a much cleaner/smoother NMM.

@Darcstaar: All the damage on the shield is painted.  You can see photos of the original sculpt in the Reaper Store:

http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Pathfinder/latest/60194#detail/60194_g_1_dks

http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/Pathfinder/latest/60194#detail/60194_g_2_dks

@Guildenstern: Have fun playing Iron Gods!  I tried not to spoil too much here.  I subscribe to the Adventure Paths, so I've read almost all of them, but I've avoiding reading the latest (Ruins of Azlant) because a friend has offered to GM it for us soon.

 

Derek

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Your precision is mind boggling! I really like the gray-purple on this piece. It isn't a color set I would have chosen and it works splendidly! 

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Another push on the boundries of awesome. I simply adore your highlighting technique and really have to try it out soon.. Very very well done!  

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