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  1. Finished up this troll last night. Had no idea he would have sculpted genitals, but hey points for realism.
  2. I'm going to say roughly 3 years and a goblin stole his changes of clean clothes
  3. I tried to make him look pretty dirty, C+C welcome as always EDIT: made an update to the color scheme. Added green cloak and white sleeves, albeit muddied up.
  4. Got this mini to be my Kenku druid in an upcoming d&d campaign, really happy with the results even though it took me about 4 tries due to the humidity outside causing my sealant to melt/strip the paint.
  5. Updated it with a few drybrush layers and a dark wash on the grave markers
  6. Aww you're too kind. I applied a brown wash to the angel shield and all of the other grave markers, made it look dirty which is what I was going for in the first place. I can't take all of the credit though, my partner is an artist and taught me a bunch of tricks.
  7. Tried my hand at weathering today, needed more color so I decided screw it and dived in. Intended to make it look like grime collecting on the gravestones. Comments and criticism is welcome since this was my first attempt.
  8. Great blending on the armor
  9. Looks awesome, I've got mine sitting at my desk at work. I prefer your color scheme over the purple I did for mine, looks like a real owl if that makes sense.
  10. Took my own spin on this model. I saw him more as an elder forest god. I decided to take it in a very depressing direction by making him suffer from an invasive plant species, gradually slowing him down until he is nothing but a sentient immobile tree. Added the base to exaggerate the size. I'm going to throw in a detail shot of the base, because why not
  11. ewalt895

    Father Dagon

    I got Dagon as a gift after finishing Cthulhu. Was really excited since I love Lovecraftian monsters. Comments and criticism are welcome.
  12. Oh! Thank you for the tip.
  13. Sorry to post a second topic on the same day, but I'm just so proud of how this one I painted last week came out. I added the waterfalls to give the illusion of him emerging from water. CC is always welcome as usual.
  14. Thank you! This hobby has helped me with my mood so much. Plus monsters are just too cool lol.
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