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  1. Jasonator

    RBG - Valda The Black Hearted

    Like all Sculpts by Tre Manor, Valda was a delight to paint. Very challenging vixen. I started experimenting with the gray scale photography on this last RBG Barbarian. I really learned a great deal from this one. I have based her to compliment the other barbarians that I have done from this series. C and C are always welcomed, leave me a comment as to what you think. Here's Valda The Black Hearted. I have Modified the post as I was requested to get a better look at her face. I managed to get a photo of her face with my cell phone. Like looking at my painting under a microscope !
  2. The last of my Red Box Games from the last Kickstarter. Valda The Black Hearted. Oh.. this is a really tight sculpt ! Once I put her together I was like, "How are these brushes going to get in there". I figured while everyone scoped out Hakar the Horrible in the Show offs, I would start doing Valda. I'm playing a lot with this one. I want Noir Black on the fur, and silver highlights, and I want her attire to be crimson with blood red highlights. (so far, may change if the contrast isn't enough). Best part of these miniatures from Tre Manor is the complexity, you can do almost anything you want to do once you have the shadows in. Any Comments would be VERY welcome, sometimes painting in a vacuum is a bit boring; would be nice to know that someone had an idea about what I was doing ! Here is Valda the Black Hearted, primed and with some color added.