The funny thing about getting this figure done is that for all my years playing D&D and Pathfinder I've never actually painted a barbarian before. He's a pretty classically styled take on the character and he's one of those figures that seems to hit just the right balance between having a few extra details and textures without crossing the line into overdone.
That's one of my six needed miniatures from yesterday crossed off my list!
I actually painted this guy late last night (or early this morning) due to a bout of insomnia. The upside of insomnia is that you can get some extra hobby work done, the downside is the no-sleep part. Having said that I had time to get even more done last night but unfortunately the rest of the stuff I need for this week was unprimed so I couldn't work on it last night. This did mean I worked on a few other pieces simply because they were primed and ready to go so I might have a few off-plan things getting finished up in the next couple of days.
2. Soothsayer and Apprentice for Frostgrave
3. Renegade and 2 Motorcycles for Dark Future
Crossing things off checklists is what separates us from the animals.