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I timed my one order of reapers 12 days of Christmas 2014 to get this figure. She sat on my shelf of shame (unfinished) for at least a month or two. Hmm thought I fixed the detail on that axe. I may need an updated picture. I really wanted to put pants or a shirt on a barbarian obviously from the cold north, but it just didn't look right.
The first of my 12-Days bonus minis to see paint. Julie Guthrie's Kyrie, Female Barbarian. Totally beautiful sculpt. I had a blast with her and was glad I didn't ruin her (any worse than I did, lulz). More of my home-cooking flesh tone on her. I decided to run her to the pale side. Seemed fitting. I tried real eyes, and they turned out terrible. I was pretty happy with how her fur turned out. Thanks for looking. All feedback welcome.
When I decided to enter the Painting Excuses contest I thought about painting Kyrie as Little Red Riding Hood (Pingo made mention of it when she came out and the idea has been rattling in my head ever since). But as I prep-ed her, it occurred to me that it would take very little to turn her into a barbarian version of Princess Mononoke. I mean, wolf cape! So I filled out her skirt with green stuff and covered the wolf face with a round blob to make the mask. I ended up wishing I had had made the mask bigger though. I used the rosy skin triad on her, blackened brown, shield brown, ginger cookie... and some tan on her armour bits. I know I started with ginger cookie for the cloak, and ended with white, but I don't remember the in-between colour (painting journal, what's that? ) And as usual, my camera washed out the work I did on the white. Honest to Sophie, there's actual shading and whatnot on that fur cloak
I tried to use Rhonda Bender's excellent paint job as a guide for my version of Kyrie the Female Barbarian which was a special edition mini from the RAC. I acquired her during the 12 days of xmass. I still have no idea how Rhonda manages to paint those itsy bitsy eyes! Without further rambling I give you my lame attempt at this lovely mini from Julie Guthrie! Comments are always appreciated!