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Hello forum family, wanna show you my last work: Sister Hazel.
Was aiming to a realistic look, she came out cartoonish (as always)...
Had some problems painting the bottles and had to paint it twice cause at first I've inverted the shadows and it looked like Windows XP desktop image -.-
Still no good, but at least it look like bottles Same problem with the googles.
I'm happy with the blood splat and the dirty look, that's probably the only part I'm happy with.
Every advise is suuuuper welcome (please!)
From WizKids' line of Nolzur's Marvellous Miniatures comes the "Treant", which is D&D-speak for Ent, or Treeman if you are more familar with Warhammer.
I find this mini looks angry and scary, not like a benevolent living tree shepherd at all. A malevolent one, on the other hand, fits the bill precicely.
And seeing as I have been painting undead halflings and there is a strong historic connection between Halflings and Treemen as allies; so undead treeman.
Hence, Torchwood the Furious here.
Go on, you know you want to go on:
Mat and Pat of the City Guard. Or whatever Reaper calls these minis. So far the only names I have for them is Bones 4 Core set #14 and #15.
STOP PRESS: Upon actually checking the internets, it seems that they are already available cast in metal, and called "City Guard (2)". A no brainer, really. They are quite obviously just that.
I think I should have done the edging on the lower parts of the tabards differently, the blacklining did not turn out well at all. Looks better unmagnified IRL though.
'Alt raht there Guv'ner. You're not gettin' in 'ere dressed like that!
B4Core #14 and #15 City Guard
Reaper Miniatures, Bones 4 KS 2017
Sculpted by Bobby Jackson
30mm round lipped base
should be available from reapermini.com some time in the future
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