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  1. DMAgamus

    02861: Abram Duskwalker

    Hey all, DMAgamus here still painting away. I started a Curse if Strahd game and my players ordered up some minis for it. This guy is the human warlock's miniature. Essentially they've taken on the role of paranormal investigators after a vampire spawn wiped out their village and ended up getting pulled into Barovia. Anyways that's boring stuff. Originally I had thoughts for lots of dark colors, maybe browns like a warhammer witch hunter, but we went in a different direction after he found a picture online. I've always liked this mini, but I really don't like the hammer, so I did the torch conversion I've seen others do. Also, he uses a quarterstaff instead of a sword so I made one of those too. Since I had some left over, I made a cobblestone base for him to stand on Haven't worked with green stuff before but it came out ok. Been messing around with washing in different colors other than 'darker version of base.' The red was washed in green (also enjoying purple on orange). I kinda like the way it turns out. All in all, it worked out. He seemed moderately satisfied with the paint job. I think it looks pretty ok as long as it's viewed from several feet away.