Saturday, 6 January 2018
From TeemuL: 28mm Demonic Megapack (35 points) Not Safe for Work!
I managed to finish this jolly bunch on the 31st December, but didn't have a possibility to take decent pictures before 1st of January, so I'll start my "regular" submission with these miniatures from Hasslefree. Something for the Saturday minion to start his burden...
After painting the Tzeentch Sorcerer Lord I realized, that I had painted 253 miniatures during the year 2017. Seven more and I would average 5 miniatures a week. Luckily I had these already primed with Army Painter Barbarian Flesh, so they were relatively quick to paint.
I bought them last summer, when they had a heat wave discount. Quite a hot deal it was. Since these are not for any particular army of mine, I was able to be experimental with the basing. I used some Coloured Basing Sands (also from Hasslefree). Black undercoat was not the best choice, I should have used some orange or brown. Otherwise I really like how they came out.
There are three succubi and three incubi, plus the head priestess herself, Sister Sarah, presented by Semira Marise. I painted the succubi with red hair and incubi with blue, in order to make it easier to remember, which they are. Otherwise I tried to keep minimal palette and only get some color on the head priestess only. As there are several female miniatures here, I believe this is also a valid entry for Sarah's Choice Award, even though there are some disturbing male presence as well.
7 x 28mm miniatures for 35 points.
Firstly Teemu, let me apologise for my over sensitive warning at the start of your post, but having afforded me the same, I thought I would pass it on to our gentle readers - even if it is Saturday morning, and very early! I digress, but back to your saucy succubi, very nice indeed Sir! I do like a Hasslefree Sculpt and these look like a lot of fun to work on. I always baulk at doing large expanses of skin, but your approach has worked perfectly, well done Sir. Another 35 points to your tally.