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My GenCon 50 DDM Guild Prize support! (Many Pictures)

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So, I'm heading to GenCon 50 later this week and have put the final touches on my Prize Support for the D&D Minis Guild's events there. And here they are...






The Fire Giantess was only slightly challenging due to the Armor and trying to make it look used but not abused. I've got a lot of compliments on the skirt and I don't remember how I did it! Well, it worked and someone will enjoy it:)






The Planetar Angel was an easy mini to improve with a bit of shading, especially the wings. Also, a bit of Bones 3 was sacrificed to this one, too;)






A Clay Golem repainted into a Magma Elemental. Used a Happy Seppuku Base Stamp to make a custom Lava base for it! I think it was the Swampland/Marshland stamp.






The Tiefling Warlock gave me a massive challenge in her tiny face!






Whats-His-Face, 3.5 Iconic Psion, was my chance to fiddle with some freehand Tattoos.


So, Hoping to have an enjoyable GenCon. If you are going, have fun too. If not, try not to be envious of those who are and have fun yourselves, too! For everyone, Enjoy yourselves:)



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