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Presenting Slimux (A Demon Gardener) and Mulch (His loyal Plough Snail), characters from the Nurgle Demon faction for the Warhammer games by Games Workshop.
Glad to get this one finished at last, it's been sitting at around 80% done for about a year.
I'm really happy with how Mulch turned out, less so with Slimux, I think I just used too many similar colours on him (and yellow eyes wasn't a great idea either).
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
I would love to run an campaign where a holy paladin hates demonkin due to his biases as a defender of the righteous and then, thru the course of the campaign he falls in love with a demonkin lady. Torn between his moral code and his heart the paladin must choose between duty and love. That was the inspiration for this mini which I designed on Heroforge. Sorry the picture is so overexposed, I am struggling to work with my new camera phone.
Simple conversion painted to tabletop quality for the big bad for my D&D group.
I painted Devil Girl's clothing in Vallejo Black and thought, "God, that's boring". So I added 1/3 Vallejo Dark Prussian Blue to the black and redid her coat. Adding the blue makes the black much richer, and I washed the black over with Army Painter Blue Tone. Her skin was done with Vallejo Flat Red, Red and Vermillion. Her hair is black and drybrushed with Vallejo Royal Purple. The lava is Liquitex Modelling Paste and the slabs are just plasticard. Her eyes took FOREVER to get right, which was frustrating as hell as they're just yellow with a thin black line.
The paint scheme and base are shamelessly ripped off this one by @TheOldGuard, although he/she can do OSL and I can't (and wasn't even going to attempt it).
A friend with a 3D printer made this for me. I spent about an hour painting it, and it's now an NPC in my Eberron campaign.
Painting was odd because it's not a very clean print, there are lots of little fibers and print lines on it which obscure detail. I painted very quickly with a lot of wet in wet blending. I'm quite happy with the result given the amount of time it took and the nice-at-arm's-length blending.
My friend is continuing to work with the printer, so eventually he's going to print this up again at a higher quality.
The design is on Thingiverse if you like it.
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