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The current center-piece of my Demonic Army, a Balrog "Balor."
This is "Errtu, Balor" from the Legend of Drizzt D&D Board Game. I painted him up about a year ago and he was one of the first huge minis I ever attempted. There's a lot that I wish I'd done better looking back on it, but you have to make mistakes to get better!
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Check out the rest of my Blood War project HERE.
Here's a simple one for you today. Filling out my Demonic Army, we have a Barlgura, represented by an Ape Demon (77260).
He seems a little small, but it works. Painted him up quickly the evening before a game sometime last winter.
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I've got more fiendish things to show you all, but this one is good for today.
Show me your favorite fiends!
Who let the dogs out (of hell)?
Hi everyone. Back again with some infernal pooches.
These are the Hell hounds from the Bones 4 Fan Favorites Expansion. They were fun and challenging. All those glowing lava details were a pain. I think I managed to get them to turn out alright though. Also had fun with the lava bases.
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In all, I like these guys. Their bases were a lot of fun and really pop from a lot of my other minis. I'll be posting more of my infernal collection soon, but figured these were a great place to start.
Which Hound turned out best?
Hello forum family, my last fatigue was one of the Living Statue (Bronze one), but I chose to paint her like a living human heroine.
This was a challenge, but a great opportunity to training my NMM and skin technics: the model is really curvy and the lack of edges make it really hard to bland the skin.
Anyway, I'm pretty happy with the outcome :)
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Front 1, Front 2, Right, Left, Back.
I hope that you'll like her too :)
As always every C&C is more than welcome.
This mini took forever to paint. Not really because anything I did with him was all that challenging, but because once I did one thing I realized that more stuff was needed. I couldn't figure out why the demon was holding a rock, so I decided it must be a spell effect. I liked the crackly rocks of the base, but decided it must be cooling magma. Then I decided that his base wasn't stable enough for his huge wingedness (the mini is metal and thus VERY top-heavy), so I extended it. Then I dithered about whether to just paint the lava or apply a resin of some kind. And on and on and on.
Eventually I forced myself to be done. Here he is :-)
C&C appreciated as I've definitely never done this many techniques with one mini. :-D
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