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A year ago I painted my first minis for D&D. It's not my best work, but it's most definitely an upgrade!
"I need a swig of some strong, Dwarven ale!"
Jalarak Leadbarrels, stepping out of the Firendly Arm Inn, bringing the next round to his waiting adventuring party. (1368 DR, Colorized)
(Ignore the water spots on my backdrop. I have cats and they knock things over and don't tell me about it. I have to find out later, for myself.)
In the spirit of this colorful june, my hommage to my community ^^
I'm a bit hesitant with the tattoo's outcome, but besides that pretty happy with the result.
If anyone wants to visit my insta gallery & give it a like & follow it means everything ^^ its @albertnyarla
Freja Fangbreaker. On the topic of female, form fitting armour, it turns out that the upper chest area of female dwarves is invulnerable to all kinds of piercing and slashing weapons, so it does not need any armour! Ain't it great? Presumably the prominent devils dumplings act as bumpers and the impressive cleavage does not at all act as a funnel for spears?
Seriously though, this is a first Bones KS model, made in the softer early Bonesium. And still it has rather good detail, only slightly shallow on the quilting on the back and on the lower right hand arm armour. Which goes to show that on larger figures that has deeper details (A dwarf counting as larger? Maybe I should say wider?) Bones is a good material.
77073 Freja Fangbreaker
Reaper Miniatures, Bones 1 KS 2012
Sculpted by Werner Klocke
25mm bespoke 3D printed base
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