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A nasty-looking fellow that looks entirely interested in carving off bits of your anatomy. I'm reasonably happy with his face and I think the color scheme works fairly well. Pretty much intended as a tabletop figure, he was quite a bit of fun to paint.
Finished this figure a couple of weeks ago, but never posted pics; While he's titled "rogue", I thought he came across better as a fighter, so I painted the armor metallic. Just tabletop standard, not intended for any sort of competition. Definitely needs more lining, especially on the belt.
Brock Battlebow (Wren) - Reaper SKU #03371, sculpted by Tom Mason Gungor (Torg), Half-Orc Monk - Reaper SKU #02926, Sculpted by James van Schaik Halfling Rogue with Daggers (Sapheryn TeaLeaf) - DSM SKU #DSM7309, Sculpted by Derek Schubert Here are the 3 figures I painted up this week for my D&D group to give away as xmas gifts inside the D&D Dice/Miniature Chests I modified. First off we have the party's Dwarf Crossbowman Fighter, Wren. I was asked to give him a green/brown color scheme with a hilly base (as he's a hill dwarf). The basing is made using sculpey, the tree is a resin bit I had from a previous Secret Weapon Miniatures order. Next, we have Torg, the half-orc barbarian who is multi-classing into monk. I was asked to do a orange and white color scheme with a mountainous base. Used cork board and a bit of bark to do the basing. Sorry for the bad pics, the player wanted to take him home to show to his friends and family and display for a while rather than leave with me. I didn't have time to take pics other than at the gaming mat today. Finally, we have the party's rogue, a red-headed halfling who goes by the name Sapheryn TeaLeaf. I was asked to follow a color scheme based on a character portrait given to me on a rooftop base. The base is hand-made by me using plasticard and thick paper. I painted all of these up to my Tabletop + standard, which takes me about 4-6 hours to do. Very fun projects, happy I was able to get them done in time for today's game!