This time I've got more zombies up for my DnD character. Seeing as how I read the rules on the Animate Dead spell wrong for months, I've been severely under-utilizing zombies. No more! So having just received my Kings of War Kickstarter undead army in the mail, the timing was perfect. More pics after the jump.
My next couple of small projects involve...things without diamond patterns. Needing a little break from the Harlequins I've decided to catch up on some other projects. Namely DnD; my character has embraced the power of the undead and his familiar's new form is a raven. Obviously I had to paint one up (thankfully a friend of mine had a spare raven model he didn't need). More pics after the jump.
The last of the Harlequin Troupe and I'm very pleased with this one. I think I may have used too much black, but who am I kidding, I'm going for menacing here and I love black. The gem didn't turn out very well compared to the others, but what did turn out great is the hair on this one; I'm very happy with the wet-blending I did to transition opposing colors. More pics after the jump.
My brush is on fire, apparently. Another player down, one more to go. This one I tried some wet blending on the hair which turned out better in-person than what you can tell from these pictures. No blade on this Player; this is the only one in the unit that gets a Harlequin Caress which I think turned out great. For what, paint-wise, might be my favorite Player so far, I'm not a fan of the posing and the more of this unit I finish the more I find the pistol-arm for each one in very awkward posing for the rest of the model. Anyway, more pics after the jump.
Hobby progress is a movin' and another Player down! Now that my hobby room is setup, I've dived right back into the mix and continued with the Harlequins. After this Player, there's only two left before I move to the rest of the army and the anticipation is exciting! More pics to follow after the jump.