Product Unboxing: Nolzur’s Marvelous Pigments – Underdark Paint Set

Here we are, Dear Readers, with another product unboxing!

For those that remember, the Undead paint set was the last product unboxing that I did. The underdark paint set is of a similar vein. 10 paints, one being a metallic, and a miniature.

As we saw last time, it’s a pretty standard box of paints.

An outstanding miniature of Drizz’t Do Urden. I look forward to painting him some day.

As you can see, there’s a good assortment of paints in the set. Of note, I’m really looking forward to the purple that came with it, as well as the tan. I have a feeling that the tan will end up being a really nice flesh tone.

This metallic color kind of bothered me. Why? Because I already own another metallic that seems very close in color to this. And I hate it when I buy multiples of the same paint, thereby ending up with colors I don’t need.

See what I mean? The Rough Iron and Duergar Metal are very close in color. Frankly, I wouldn’t be surprised if they did end up being identical. But that’s the problem, as you will see in the next picture.

Unique, huh? Yeah… I’m beginning to doubt that.

In any case, the paint set ended up being pretty good, all in all. The biggest question, though, was it worth the money to buy it? For me, yes. There are a number of colors that will definitely add to my paint palette, particularly the brown Rigid Leather, and the aforementioned purple and tan.

What do you think, Dear Readers? Let me know in the comment section below!

Until next time, Dear Readers…

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