Pumpkin Golem, warrior, gravestone golem and water weird. The warrior will become my Strahd, basically Dracula for my upcoming campaign
Took me hours to get this far. He has a lot of tough to reach areas and I find myself constantly touching up. The good thing is that he is badass. I wish I had him for an NPC, he just oozes cool. Most of the basework has been complete, just a bunch of doo dads and his belts.
And because I have to be painting at least two things at the same time...Gibbering Mouther has begun. He will be one of the first creatures my group encounters on their next dnd session.
Speed paint with some sepia colors, reminds me of one of my dads old Lineol soldiers. He was probably going to sit in a box forever, I felt he needed some paint and some play. I love that weapon of his. I don't have that many models with a weapon swinging out quite like that.
Some Highlighting. I decided I would take a different approach and not drybrush this stone (unlike the recent gargoyle.) He has lots of sharp edges that I thought would look nicer without drybrushing. I am very quickly running through painting, but still taking me hours. Big model, just so much to do, by this point I had already based most of him and gave him a wash.
Little more highlighting.
Johnny Depp pirate scowl...