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I found a heck of a bargain on the bay and got a bunch of Hero Clix minis which included multiples of several. Of course, this becomes an excuse for conversions! I had three minis of what I think is an Amazon character named Lorelei. I'll be keeping one as is, making one into a barbarian with a massive sword strapped to her back, and this one is going to be either a really good sultry caster type or possibly a woman of the evening or maybe just a barmaid to give me more NPC options. Here we see side-by-side the original with my converted mini showing lots of GS where things were changed. I did a cobblestone-type base for her. Maybe wooden planks for a tavern floor would have made sense for the barmaid idea more, but a lady of the evening, or more specifically, an adventuring spellcaster fits better on a stone base as it could be the street, a path through the wilderness, a floor of a castle, or the ground in a dungeon. Versatility! The next shots are the initial layers of paint. I'll be doing dry brushing over them. I'm thinking the blouse will end up being white, but I actually kind of like seeing it in green. Not sure which direction I'll go color-wise. The hair will end up being a blonde with orange-red highlights or vise-versa. Probably going brown for the shoes so it comes across as leather. Hope you enjoy her! Comments, compliments, critiques, and insightful ideas are always welcome :=)
This is an old hero-clix figure that I acquired somewhere along the line. It's supposed to be Rasputin, but I figured he had 'evil cultist' written all over him. He was fairly quick to paint; all I did was touch up the (sloppy) factory paintjob and change the color of the pentagram and dragon on his chest. The base was carved/sculpted to look like a castle/dungeon floor. He's done to table top, as usual. Let me know what you think. Front: No back shot; it's a black robe. This is a slightly better shot of his base.