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The Bones Giant Cobra. I saw a lot of neat ones painted with stripes and different patterns but decided to go simple with mine. I did drybrush highlights with some bronze and copper to give him a little shimmer and he looks really good on the table. My players are worried because they fought a giant snake last session (I didn't have him painted) so they are worried there is another one coming. You never know!
My painting time is pretty limited these days, but I still fit it in here and there. I find elementals to be excellent and relaxing subjects for brief speedpainting sessions; their crude natures are very forgiving for the time-constrained.
This guy is a pretty hefty piece of metal & a nice unique sculpt.
This is Reaper's 14388 Blackfreef Pirate from their Warlord range.
He is part of my Lost World Project, there he is Toni the First Mate of the Swordfish.
Here my Mudcroack. Love the mini. Recently we have been playing the Tomb of Annihilation D&D campaign, based on the jungles of Chult, and we found many of these adorable frogmen creatures, Grungs. That motivated me to start working with Mudcroack despite having almost all the new GW goblins waiting.
Well, frogs are usually green, jungles too, and it was all kinda repetitive; so I decided to use as little green as possible.
For the basing I chose a resin scenic base that I adapted, and the "barbed bracken" plants from GW.
Any feedback welcome, and if you want, please follow me on instagram at @albertnyarla
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