This time, it's the Drakon heroes.
As always you can click on the image to see them in higher detail.
These figures have been some of the hardest I have painted, because they are unique to the game, and because the artist went overboard with the artwork making them very hard to match, but I decided I was going to try anyway.
I am going to post the details here, and let you all decide for yourselves how you think I went.
|Knight and Sorceress - Front View|
|Knight and Sorceress - Back View|
For the Knight I decided to paint almost purely in tinted metallic paints, while the Sorceress has no metallic paints at all. These were the first two I painted.
Here is the art they are based on.
|Druid & Ranger - Front View|
|Druid & Ranger - Back View|
Finally we have the two smallest figures. Not only were the Drakon minis smaller than anything I have worked on, these were small Drakon figures. I think the Thief was only about 20mm tall.
|Fighter & Thief - Front View|
|Fighter & Thief - Back View|
I spent way too long painting these, for a light tile placement game that almost never hits the table. But I enjoyed painting them.
All that's left to paint from this game is Drakon herself, the dragon that the heroes are stealing from. For Drakon I am going to try a wet blend which should make it fast, though it's a technique I am not experienced with.
Anyway, I hope you like the figures; please feel free to let me know what you think.