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Undead Lords #1: Lich

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Here's the first of my high level undead I received in my latest shipment of minis, the Dark Heaven Bones Lich. I primed it in Reaper brown liner and dry-brushed the chest, face, and hands then added some spectral green (Reaper spectral white mixed with Reaper viper green). I'm working on him while the Greenstuff on my Worm that Walks project cures. Apologies for the bad lighting. My camera's flash pretty much washed out the green. I'll attempt to get a better pic uploaded.




Edit: Added a close-up in front of the Ghoulie bag paints wall. I think the green showed up much better in this one:




I'm going to be doing a series of these for use in the future Pathfinder campaign. I've got Ghost King (77161), Whispering Tyrant (89031), and Moandain, Arch Lich (03725) to do as well. I'm probably going to be using this green mix for all of them if it turns out well.



Edit: Show-off thread - http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/64964-undead-lords-1-lich/

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