As I wrote in a previous post, the Dark Emissary has returned and this time with an army of wolves at his disposal. This here is the Dire Wolf from Reaper (metal version) and is the second largest wolf in his army (like it wasn’t big enough already!)
This is a very cool miniature and our encounters with the wolves have been very exciting (really fast monsters) I have another 3 smaller wolves painted with several more in progress and a very large wolf, which needs its own post!
The base is an interesting choice from Kromlech and is part of their Windfall line. You can find them here.
The cool thing about these minis is that, not only do I use them for the Adventure Card Game, but they fit right into my RPG’s aswell. He’s a really cool halfling miniature and Derek Schubert did a great job sculpting this beaut’ :)
I picked this guy for our Skull & Shackles Campaign and it was great fun having both Divine and Arcane skill!
Here he is from a few more angles:
I tried to paint him as close as I could to the official artwork of Lem. He is really small. Around the same size as Lini. So painting details is harder than it looks!
Here is the official artwork of Lem, the famous bard with mad flute skills!
As I am always scouting Reaper Miniatures for new and interesting minis for myself or King Games, I couldn’t help but notice the resemblance between Sister Lana, Healer and Myriam Jahzia from Diablo 3 – Reaper of Souls expansion. I am assuming that Bobby Jackson saw her as some kind of inspiration as she is quite similar, down to the small details of her staff, headpiece and dress.
I tried to paint her as Myriam as we needed an enchanter and jeweler for our campaign in Nordland!
I chose to paint her hair blonde instead of grey, as if it was a youthful version of her. Whether it is her wit, sense of humour or simply the size of her bosom – she has taken our Bright Wizard Viktor by storm.
Here is a piece of artwork and a screenshot of Myriam.
I added a few more gems to the miniature to make her look like a jeweler :)
Time for the next hero in line! This one is Merisiel – the badass Elven Rogue from Pathfinder RPG and Pathfinder Adventure Card Game – which I have played a lot throughout the summer, most recently this last weekend where we finished yet another campaign of Skull & Shackles!
I fought very hard completing all the miniatures we used in the first instalment of the card game and we were almost finished by the time I completed this mini. She now stands side-by-side with the numerous other Pathfinder Characters I have painted :)
Painted her with ashen hair which is always hard! And very pale skin to resemble her artwork.
The miniature was sculpted by Chris Fitzpatrick and is one of two versions, the other being the other more dynamic posed Merisiel sculpted by Patrick Keith.
As I have been playing the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game quite a lot over the summer, I thought it was time to present the next hero in line: Valeros!
I spent a great deal of time on painting the details of his face than the rest of the miniature, so the armor didn’t end up as great as the rest. The official artwork picture depicted the armor very brownish, and I thought I’d paint it a bit toned down and not use any metallic paint on the armor. He looks really nice “in person” :-)
I took a few more pictures from different angles!
I have been reading some of the comics aswell and they are great! I thought the official artwork didn’t exactly depict him the same way that the comics and artworks from the rulebook (I’ve played the RPG aswell) So I’m going to show both :-)
I still have a lot of painted Pathfinder miniatures waiting in line, just need time to snap pictures and make posts! Luxury problem for sure :-)
About a month ago I wrote a post about the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game heroes. I now present Lini who is a major overpowered hero in the Skull and Shackles expansion. To my defense, I didn’t know that until certain points in the campaign :-P
She is a teeny tiny gnome, so painting details was a bit hard! I did try out some freehand on her armor and think it ended up okay :)
As mentioned in an earlier post, I am currently playing Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. Most recently Rise of the Runelords and Skull & Shackles, of which I am a big fan!
Anyway! The game is about moving to different locations using a card with artwork of your character, but I thought it would be a lot smarter to use miniatures instead! Only downside is that it takes a LOT of time painting these minis. By the time I painted all the miniatures for Rise of the Runelords, we had already moved on to Skull & Shackles.
I am pleased to introduce Seoni the Sorceress:
She was a real challenge to paint (so much lining and blonde hair!) but I ended up having a blast painting this one! I skipped her tattoos as I was afraid it would end up ruining the mini due to the tiny freehand involved. She looks incredible when holding the miniature in front of me!
Here is a few more pictures of the mini and also the artwork from which the miniature was sculpted. A smashing sculpting job by Chris Fitzpatrick.
The miniature is the metal Seoni Original Version from Reaper Miniatures Pathfinder range.
The base is painted and decorated by my husband :-D
Next in line is Valeros – Fighter, Merisiel – Rogue, Kyra – Cleric, Lini – Druid, Damiel – Alchemist, Amiri – Barbarian and Harsk – Ranger.
All painted, just missing pictures and posts :)
Recently painted this cool Pathfinder Miniature Kyra, Female Iconic Cleric. Instead of her Original colours I chose to paint her as a Wizard of the Gold College. Since we desperately lack female wizards in our WFRP campaign (mainly due to using Games Workshop miniatures which mainly consists of male miniatures, other than Elves)
The miniature is perfect as a Gold Wizard with loads of gems and golden features! I even added some gold coins to the base.
I am currently spending far too much time playing Pathfinder Card Game (Rise of the Runelords and Skull & Shackles) and as a result I wanted to paint our heroes as stand-ins for the usual character card. Unfortunately one of them was Kyra, so I had to paint her again only with her original colours!
They are turning out pretty cool, so I will post pictures of the heroes soon :-D
Just in time for christmas – The two christmas dwarves below are from Scibor – I painted these two 2 years ago I believe it was. But I figured I might as well put them up on my blog now.
The other two pictures are from a little Christmas diorama I put together this year. I finished painting it a few days ago and kinda had to rush-paint it to be finished before Christmas (I didn’t want it ending up on my table for a whole year ;-)
The miniatures are from Reaper and RAFM – The woman with the baby carriage is actually from RAFM’s Cthulhu line and had a tentacled baby – But don’t worry I removed the tentacles sticking out of the carriage! Just don’t look under the blanket…
A picture of three halflings from my miniature collection. The halfling on the right was used in an RPG campaign I was a part of 2 years back approximately. He was this VERY annoying ginger halfling, constantly bossing the PCs and other NPCs around. One of the PCs very unexpected ended up killing the poor (But extremely annoying) halfling in a fit of rage. Perhaps the miniature will see his chance for a new role some day :-P