My last entry for Painting Challenge IX is a mini for an NPC I used in a Pathfinder campaign: Constantinus Prodromus, a gnome fighter.
The bronze of his cuirass, helmet and shield was pretty easy, but the ears and many crevasses made everything fiddly.
I deliberately kept the base simple, since most Pathfinder mats are usually just sketched out grids.
So, another five points, which should push me over the top to my raised challenge target of 300, and a personal Best Ever for the five challenges I participated in.
Huzzah, or whatever gnomes shout before bashing you with their shield.
Haha, great work Robert. Gnomes often get a short shrift (excuse the pun) in fantasy games, so it's nice to see one claiming a bit of the spotlight here. I also like that he's working the whole hoplite/tank angle. AC 23 and in the front rank taking the hits. That's a tough nut indeed - a very cool mini for a very cool character. Well done.