Painting Update: Red Slaad and Famine

Dear readers, here we are again with another painting update! Today, I got some highlighting done as well as painting his claws and nails. I’ll sign it up. Doing a little bit of touch-up work on his hands and fingers as I found spots that I missed. I did the teeth in what I can only say is a great job all things considered. Lastly, I painted the eyes a nice red with the vertical stripe.

See for yourself:

Isn’t he pretty?

I know I didn’t take the picture after I had it done, but his toe nails are also painted black.

I also made a decision as to how I’m going to deal with the basing. The friend of mine that did all the miniatures for the Ingrates will be doing the basing at my request. I want this guy and the other slaadi to be well done. I’m confident with the painting job, just not as much with the basing.

Next, we have our boy, Famine, who is a firbolg. Due to the fact that several of my players read this blog, I’m not saying anymore about him. But I do want to show the paint job. Here’s what I got:

After priming

Due to the fact that he is the incarnation of famine, I decided to go with a more moldy skin tone for him.

Personally, I think that it works very well. Apparently I have this propensity for taking pictures before. I’ve actually finished the miniature, so his legs aren’t showing having been painted. Believe me, they are painted. I plan on having more of him done by next week.

Well, that’s all I have for today. Thanks so much for joining me and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button!

Until next time, Dear Readers…

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