Sea Creature of Blood Reef Today's figure is the Sea Creature of Blood Reef, it is from the Reaper Bones (plastic line). It only has natural weapons and armor. I painted it in dark blues and greens with a blue wash to shade the crevices. I decided on yellow eyes, as a lure similar to… Continue reading Figure of the Week: Sea Creature of Blood Reef
Tiik Warrior Today's figure is from the Reaper Bones line, a Tiik Warrior. It only has natural weapons and armor, has an eyestalk like a deep sea anglerfish. I like painting aquatic figures because of my water-world Aquatica Homebrew. This figure was painted in varying shades of blue and green for camouflage in the deep.… Continue reading Figure of the Week: Tiik Warrior
Sea Lion Today's' figure is a Reaper Bones sea lion. I've started painting monsters lately and am interested with aquatic creatures. I made this a darker colored figure so it can camouflage itself in the deep and at night. This is a Reaper Bones plastic version of this figure, they do sell a few variations… Continue reading Figure of the Week: Sea Lion
Today’s figure is from the Reaper Bones line, a Tiik Warrior. It is a fish-man similar to a Kuo-Toa or Locathah. It is wearing no armor but wields a scimitar-like sword. Here are closest racial statistics that I could find below (from a few D&D editions): Kuo-Toa (5e) Kuo-Toa (Pathfinder) Locathah (Pathfinder)
Today's' figure is the Reaper Bones Battleguard Golem. It is wielding a greatsword and wearing (made of) full plate armor. It is a construct, I would have considered it a warforged but Pathfinder doesn't have the copy-write for it. It was very easy to paint.
Today’s figure is a Reaper Bones wench. She is dressed in classic style clothes for the period most fantasy games are run in. Wearing a skirt, blouse, and apron; carrying 2 mugs of ale. I would have called her a barmaid, but reaper used wench.
Today's figure is the Reaper Bones Packrat. It is a centaur creature with the upper and lower body of a rodent. It is wielding a javelin in a case with supplies on its back. I love this type of figure, because I like anthropomorphic races. I couldn't find it, now I need to create it.… Continue reading Figure of the Week: Packrat