Thursday, 6 November 2014

Beauty and the Beast

Giselle and Hurtz are finished. It was only after I started painting them that I realised that the pair are a bit 'disney' but that doesn't bother me too much. It just adds a new level of silliness to this whole game idea. 


Giselle is looking like she could cause some mayhem. I was thinking of changing her sword arm for something of a more 'magical' pose but I decided to stick with her the way she was as I can see her fencing as well casting her way out of trouble.

Hurtz was a joy to paint and is such a cool little character. The photo doesn't do him justice. I really must do something about my photographing set up, but you don't come here for the photography do you!

I also did a bit of finishing on the spaniards, some sneaky mercenaries to back up the dark plans of Giselle and her minions.

And a little bit on the Veterans of Sir Thomas' crew. It' amazing what you can get done when the wife falls asleep on the couch in the evening!

6 comments:

  1. Lovely painting. Hurtz is my favourite and you've really done a top job painting him (and the others).

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  2. Great brush work, particularly on Hurtz.. that head really changes the figure, yet suits it quite well.

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  3. Wow, you painted these quick! Lovely results, loads of charm! :)

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  4. Giselle is showing some epic nip-slip there :D I really like those figures, maybe it's time for another Foundry order :s

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  5. Great work on this project. They're all good, but Hurtz really does stand out. Love the conversion and painting. I also look forward to seeing you on Tale of Several Gamers.

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  6. Awesome, I agree with everyone else, they're all cool but Hurtz is another level!

    Looking forward to getting a chane to game with these beauties in a couple of weeks.

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