My roleplay group is starting the pathfinder adventure called "Kingmaker" and our GM asked that I pull together a group of fairies. Not sure where to start, I looked through the vast collection of reaper bones figures that I receieved as part of their first kickstarter. Here I found both a lovely fairy and a fairy dragon.
I then needed the remainder of the fairy troup, so I raided an old collection of GW wood elves, They include wood elf sprites. I convinced myself that these were close enough, but to make them look more fairy like - I decided to keep to a pastel colour theme. I am very happy with how they look together and I think they hit the objective.
Next up, I needed a character to go with the adventure. I have played a number of support characters recently, so decided for a character who would be more up-front and direct.
You don't get more direct than a Brarbarian, so for your viewing pleaseure I present my attempt at painting up the Reaper Bones figure "Goldar" male Barbarian.
I am an active member of a local wargame club. Occasionaly, club members are kind enough to stroke my ego by asking me to paqint figures for them. To make life easier for myself I made a few rule. I have said I will paint one figure per person.
I never placed a limit on the figures. I am starting to think that I should have done.
A club member has handed me a very large shoe box, which when opened contained a Forgeworld warhound titan.
Oh well let get to it.
I have started with the pilot or the Princeps if you prefer...