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Eando Kline

Generic Adventurer!

 

Eando is a static posed classic character who could be any one of a number of classes in your RPG.

 

Here he's still very much generic with his crimson jacket, yellow-green packs, and griffon tan hair.

 

He stands atop a Scibor Miniatures Royal Lions resin "ruins" base with gold filigree over a sunburst/chevron pattern which is above a white-tan sandstone lion statue's head.

 

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I hope you enjoy him.  Check him out in the Inspiration Gallery and his WIP post.

 

Added to Thrym's Index of Reaper Miniatures & Thrym's General Show Off List


Eando's Paint List

 

Jacket is Reaper Crimson Red, Trimmed with Reaper Palomino Gold covered with Vallejo Old Bronze
 

Backpack and pouches are Vallejo Yellow Green
 

Backpack Straps are Vallejo Rose Brown
 

Hair is Griffon Tan and Suntanned Flesh
 

Skin is the Reaper Suntanned Flesh Triad
 

Scabbard is Reaper Gem Purple covered with Scale Colour Amethyst
 

Dark Metal Trim on Shoulders, Knees, Elbow and on the Hilt of the Sword are Vallejo Gunmetal Grey
 

Steel Trim on Sword and Scabbard are Scale Colour Thrash Metal
 

Boots are Reaper Griffon Tan with Reaper Russet Brown Wraps
 

Pants and Waist Coat are Vallejo Rose Brown


I used Reaper Flesh Wash on the Boots, Waist Coat, Pants, Hair and Beard.

 

 

Scibor Miniatures Royal Lions Ruin Base Paint List

 

Filigree is Reaper Palomino Gold under Reaper New Gold

 

Sunburst / Chevron Pattern is Vallejo Panzer Aces Stencil for the offset sunburst washed by Reaper Spattered Gore

 

Ruins Surface is covered with Vallejo Gloss Varnish

 

Ground is Reaper Umber Brown with Stencil highlights and Reaper Rattlesnake Leather on rock facets facing one direction

 

Moss is Vallejo Yellow-Green

 

Lion Head is Stencil with Reaper Suntan Flesh wash and Rattlesnake Leather shadows

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Really like the touch of the chevron on his base, and the marble-like statue on it. Great job on the eyes, he has a great facial expression.

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Finally had a moment to look around for which company produced the base that is under Eando.

 

The base is from Scibor Miniatures' Royal Lions 25mm Round Set #2.

 

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The one on the left.  I have the other two still.  Might have to find some similar characters to put on them.

 

Updated OP with info.

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Nice. I like the brown palate - something we dont see too often.

 

This mini always weirded me out because he shares my last name, has a similar first name, and looks sort of like me.

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