While my last post was for a demon familiar, this post is for that demon's master. I just finished my Tiefling Warlock character on Sunday and I'm very happy with how he turned out. Dark, menacing; the stuff of nightmares. I used a GW WHFB model and sculpted a hood over his head and tossed a candle onto his staff. The hood didn't turn out exactly how I wanted, but it's good enough. More pics after the jump.
Just a quick post today (also, happy Thanksgiving to those who are in the states). I'm starting a warlock in my other DnD group and it's a class I've been partial to in the past. Not only for the evil, and the magic and whatnot, but because you can get a little demon familiar. So I present my warlock's familiar; a quasit (I know they don't have wings, but this model is awesome). Seriously, how do you pronounce Quasit? Picture dump after the jump.
Just a quick update. I haven't been at the table or canvas as much as I'd like to be lately, but it's been a fun time away. I managed to finally get the Wrecker finished for the Cephalyx army and I'm pleased with how he turned out. Click the link for more shots and a sneak peak at what's coming up next!
With our new DnD group taking flight, it's time to get finished figs on the table. A friend of mine who's playing our group's Warlock asked me to paint her fig for her. Normally I have the person I paint for give me notes on exactly what they want, but this person was very specific in her descriptions when she told me how she wanted things done, and put it in a way that I could remember it (no small feat), that I didn't require written notes. The unfortunate part was that I was sick last week for a couple of days and wasn't able to do anything but lie on the couch and eat takeout with my dog.. More after the jump.