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Sheriff Drumfasser reads the morning news, under the watchful eye of Lucy and her pet chicken. On the edge of town Mr Bartle and Mr Jaymes introduce themselves. Mr Jaymes tips his hat, "Don't mind the snake, he won't bite." Mr Bartle keeps his distance and asks, "You haven't seen a couple of strangers around, have you? A man and a woman? The dame is a real knockout." "I suggest you try the town pub. Everyone ends up there eventually." Meanwhile, across town... The Man in Black looks around. "This town won't know what hit them, thi
I thought I had a WIP thread for her, but apparently not. I know I posted a half-done photo of her once, long ago. At any rate, here is a blast from the past and my past as well, the long-languishing Reaper 59037, Deadlands Noir Femme Fatale, sculpted by Bob Ridolfi. And because I like to play around with backgrounds:
Chang, Honolulu Investigator, Max Graves, Pulp Era Investigator, and the Deadlands Noir Femme Fatale. All look like they could make for a thrilling San Francisco pulp adventure. Miss Emeraude, an independent frail who's had it up to here with double-crossing two-bit men and their empty promises (of sacks of diamonds, don't ask questions you don't need answered). Detective Mendoza, an old gumshoe whose beat just got personal when his niece overdosed on this new drug on the streets. Word is they're calling it Black Lotus, but who's bringing it in? Stan Webster, PI, a hard-boiled detec
I enjoy painting exchanges, I really do. In the past the suggestions from peoples' surveys have been fairly straight forward to get my head around. "I GM Pathfinder so monsters are good, but no goblins.", Things like that. Things that fit fairly well with what I normally paint. This is good, and comforting. I go into it thinking, "I can do this, and make it look nice." Low stress. So for this spring's exchange, I was matched up to send to Dontfear, and got his survey. "Paint in a theme: Rhapsody in Blue, however you want to interpret that." Luckily no one was near me when I read