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Holy cats! This is amazing. Fantastic sculpt, and your paint job is wonderful. Thanks for sharing. 

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That's a beautiful miniature, both the sculpt and the paintjob are very good. 

I really like the hellknight lore and I think this miniature really captures their atmosphere!

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I'm not familiar with the fluff, would love to read it!

 

The mini?

Awesome sculpt, love the sealife theme!

Excellent paintjob as always.

 

 

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Thank you, all!

 

@Glitterwolf : Read more about Hellknights, and specifically the Order of the Torrent, at the Pathfinder Wiki!

https://pathfinderwiki.com/wiki/Hellknight

https://pathfinderwiki.com/wiki/Order_of_the_Torrent

 

@Darius Glenwell : Good, I hope this recipe works out for you!  Be sure to show off those figures after you paint them.

I thought at first that Deep Amethyst would look too purple to appear "black", so I was going to use the Dark Elf Skin triad (purple-gray), but this looks good to me, especially next to the blue tabard/cloak.

I used the Dark Elf colors in the "silver" details and the "steel" halberd-blade.

 

Derek

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I just want you to know that if I was an Illithid I would ambush you and suck out your brains so I could eat your talent and acquire your powers.  You and those people who can do Rubik's puzzles in less than ten seconds.  And then I would rule this world with an iron fist. 

 

Fortunately for you, I am not an Illithid.  But if you see me at ReaperCon with a corkscrew, best run just in case I've gotten clever. 

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First of all, Wow! This went straight to my inspiration folder. I love all things aquatic so this is right up my alley. The barnacles are such a wonderful detail and the subtle blue reflection from the water is just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing with us as always, Derek.

 

Secondly, as Buglips' keeper, I apologize and will do my best to keep any and all corkscrews away from him.

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1 minute ago, Guindyloo said:

 

Secondly, as Buglips' keeper, I apologize and will do my best to keep any and all corkscrews away from him.

 

The absolute second your back is turned, I'm running with a pair of scissors.

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