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  1. AKA Conan? Mark Kay's Brom the Barbarian. Often cited, I've seen as a He-Man conversion candidate and a Conan-type. I grabbed him because I saw him and immediately thought "half-orc." I plan(ned) to use him as an NPC in a Pathfinder adventure I was developing: Jeg Kar. Half-orc warrior who serves as bodyguard and confidante to Gerrinnes Lefelen (AKA Satheras). So, honestly, he's a bit too barbariany for the Jeg Kar character, but I loved him all the same. This was my first half-orc. I really wanted to get away from the greens I've been using for orcs (and goblins, as I've been interchanging). I wanted human-y but sickly-like. So I whipped up some flesh tone from scratch, my first go at that, and kept greening it until it got a little sickly. Went with a blue wash to shade him and back over again with the flesh tone. Also tried here to add a little highlighting to black hair; not sure how I feel about it. But it's there. Also some basing. Just flock. Some clumps, bushy-like. I'm actually pretty proud, or at least extremely happy, how he turned out. Thanks for looking. Comments, suggestions, etc.etc. welcome.
  2. I'm out of Dark Age Stuff. Brom is one of my fav artists, so I may pick up some more in the future. Most likely I will go back to a few of the reaper minis I have. Being fairly new at this, I have started noticing that people mention quite often that they tend to have hundreds of unpainted minis, I'm trying real hard for that not to be me, but I can see them building up fairly quickly already. I hope you enjoy :)
  3. I had some fun lighting up the base on this one. :)
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