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  1. Did this up for the Q2 seasonal RCL challenge.
  2. Started a new mini tonight.
  3. I finally got this beast finished. I have a snake god in my homebrewed campaign, Baumol, the Neutral Evil god of corruption, lies, and envy, and really love getting these serpents for him to inflict on my players. Since this is much more likely to be a statute than a creature (though it'll be that, too), I decided to paint it up with an elaborate base. I gouged out the mini's eyes and replaced them with craft store fake gemstones, picked up some Reaper flaming spheres (77081) and cut up the graveyard expansion pillars from Bones 3 (77638) to make braziers, then mounted them all to a wooden pyramid I got at a craft store and covered with cobblestone texture-rolled sculpy. I drilled a pit into the base of the sphere, through the braziers, and through the base, then ran some LED string into the fires and mounted the battery in the base. I'm really satisfied with the result. Baumol's holy symbol is a gold or black snake curled around a red gem signifying a heart, so the cobra's hood has this symbol on both sides, and there's a red oval on the base upon which the snake sits. His favored weapon is a trident, so the inner hood markings are tridents, too... Closeup of the gem eyes. They were clear, but I washed them with green ink and gloss varnish. Closeup on the front of the base. And now with the LEDs on.
  4. These are some excellent monster hunters! 44054, Damaris, is a lovely crossbow-packing lady with a saber, a fancy hat, and a fondness for skull-shaped ornaments. I went with a blue-and-silver scheme; black and grey might have worked better, but I wanted to color-code my Monster Hunters. Click for turnaround. Here she is fighting a Vorvorlaka, 77631. The terror that flies by night, the winged monstrosity. Always put silver in your crossbow bolts, just to be sure, but a wooden stick through the heart will kill most things, vampire or no. 44013, Jakob Knochengard, is magnificently grim and dour. Laden down with holy symbols and armor, potions and books. A perfect missing link between Solomon Kane and Abraham van Helsing. Life tip: if you see someone holding a severed head, it does NOT mean you should trust them. But it DOES mean you should take them seriously. Click for more. Jakob loves two things: spending time with his family, and killing the undead. And he's all out of family, thanks to the aforementioned undead.
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