|There's a lot going on with this little guy.|
|Arbach the Ranger|
|Givney the goblin assassin.|
Next up is Anderman the Paladin. He's the one who spared Givney and has shown an alarming willingness to take the goblin's word for things.
Next up is Peter the Tiefling rogue. Peter has secrets but does trust Arbach. He's quite adept in the dungeon and is very good at finding traps.
I'm not sure where this model is from. The player ordered it and I painted it for him. The pose is very dramatic, to be sure. This is a very slim model, much more fine boned than the others.
Next up is Kizmet the Drow warlock. She also has secrets but they may be a bit more harmful to the party than Peter's. They've already gotten the party locked up once.
This is another Bone model. I've done a bit of conversion on her. She as originally a Sci/Fi character with a coin and a pistol.
Next up is a Bones model that was heavily modified by the player. This is Tak an-Sik, a tiefling cleric. He's in a constant state of battle with his shield, which is also his holy symbol.
Tak has mixed luck with weapons and often ends up grappling with opponents since he is less likely to hurt his friends that way.
Last, and by all means least, is Algor Ithim, the gnomish warlock. Algor is terribly charismatic and universally disliked by his party. He natters on constantly about his scientific theories and drives everyone nuts. He's managed to come through in the clutch a couple of times but he also has secrets.
This is another Bones model. The detail is better than most on him.
So that's the lot for now. There's more on the table and they should be coming off soon. I tend to keep random models around for when I have some extra paint. RPG characters are perfect for that since they don't require uniformity and pretty much any extra will fit somewhere.
A very cool collection of characters Aaron! You clearly put a lot of effort into the background for your games, matching personalities to miniatures which as a player must make things even more fun.
It's clear from the first couple of images that you have an eye for a characterful paint job. The remaining images are a bit hard to get more than a feel for your paintwork - perhaps next time can you zoom in a bit more so we can really appreciate your efforts?
40 characterful points for your tally mate. Looking forward to seeing more!