The last 2 weeks have seen far less painting than usual but I have gotten a few odds and ends done I just hadn't gotten around to posting yet. I'm going to catch up on those today and then it will be back to "projects" tomorrow.
First up I painted a model to use as my character in an upcoming Dungeon Crawl Classics game. I'm playing a level 5 thief named Jaqar, I did have a model I had been using previously but he was just one of my Forstgrave figures being repurposed.
This time out I painted a named Pathfinder character as he had the perfect combination of armour and equipment, and I really like the fact that he has a backpack and other load-bearing gear to sell the idea that he's an adventurer.
Next is an NPC Dwarf Cleric I'll need for an upcoming game of D&D I'm running.
I wanted something a little different and this Games Workshop Dwarf Miner Champion seemed to fit the bill.
One of the things I have really enjoyed about DMing Curse Of Strahd is that the adventure us filled with interesting and characterful "random" encounters. Before I start gaming again I want to cook up about a dozen detailed interesting encounters I can throw into the mix whenever I want. Rather than sitting down and trying to write these up I thought I'd just do them one by one as ideas hit me.
My first idea was for an evil ginger hobbit (I used Lobellia Sackville-Baggins) that is a corruptive ruinous force on the countryside. I also wanted to tack on some muscle so I threw her in with 'Frankenteddy' to give he some muscle from an encounter point of view.
I've got seven more models to paint for D&D and then if all goes according to plan I'll paint my Teknes starter set this week.