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Here is another tabletop-bound mini. He is my Varisian Half-Sylph Grifter/Ninja character for the Pathfinder (I use the term loosely) game we run. He is in the process of trying to find a cure for vampirism after being bitten by an elder vampire lord and coming back as a partially turned vampire. Whoa.

 

Anyway, the idea is tabletop quality, so I didn't kill myself too much on all the buckles. However, I'd like to point out that I used a tip I learned on these very forums to do the studded armor. I used a toothpick! It works great...

 

Without further ado...

 

Lord Cirrus Valens, Fey-Friend

 

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Simple and to the point, ready for the tabletop. Its more important to get them to the tabletop in the first place, but paint being paint you can always add paint later.

Theres this mini here I worked on and it was good enough for tabletop, then I reworked it later over my varnish.

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His life sounds...complex. Great studs.

 

Haha... big understatement. We'll see if he finds the cure or gets killed by vampire hunters on Saturday....

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