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  1. Patrik Strom

    Salim Ghadafar, Pathfinder Miniatures

    This Salim Ghandafar from Reaper's Pathfinder Miniatures rage. I painted him up to represent my character in an ongoing DnD5 game, Yusuf Al-Amin. He's a cleric of Sûne, hence the reds and yellows. I'm very happy with how he turned out but I did screw up the varnashing process and ended up with some frosting which I had to try and fix. I also noticed in the closeup that he has some white spots that I haven't taken care off.
  2. Here is Salim Ghadafar, the unwilling servant of the goddess Pharasma, Lady of Graves. Salim is the lead character in two Pathfinder Tales novels by James L. Sutter, now Paizo's Executive Editor. I enjoyed the books and I liked the character portrait by artist Eric Belisle, so I proposed adding Salim to Reaper's licensed Pathfinder line and then sculpted this figure. I showed the in-progress green to Mr. Sutter and got his suggestions on the shape of the sword (Salim melted its basket-hilt around his hand) and a few other design details. Here is the link to Salim's page on the Pathfinder Wiki: Salim Wiki link. Enjoy, Derek