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Shadow Lodge *

Well, after a long waiting period, I have new art of Taraclus, no longer simply a magus, but MYSTIC THEURGE!

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I now have finished or near-finished headshots for almost all of my characters.

Since last time, I've added Josei Kilojarrah, Roskva Ljótrmundardottir, Kaiku, Pêlakouél "Kou" Malcha-Betharsism-hed-Beruah-Schehalim, Jalisco Olemaun, Arashi Itonokogiri, Merrean Grace-Under-Pressure, Orteil Sateriajis, and Sykni Ajalaitle Acheron.

Andoran ** Venture-Lieutenant, Virginia—Richmond aka Zach W.

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Knight-Captain Liran Ver'Ha of the Golden Legion

Cavalier of the Dragon/Golden Legionairre, and wears Red Dragonhide Full Plate. For those who know the arts origins, it was on purpose :)

And his privateer, far more chaotic half-elf daughter, Ionwe Ver'Ha

Shadow Lodge ***

Thanks for raising this thread, I never saw it the first time around, lots of cool art. I draw cartoon pinups for all my PFS characters myself, here's all 8

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Suddenly I am envisioning a couple easels set up at PaizoCon, your character drawn (characture or not).

Cool work all. Love the tengu's colored beaks.

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I often use screen captures as the basis for my character portraits, with a little photoshoppery to make them look artsy


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I suppose this is just as good a place as any to ask:

I like to draw my PCs, and the look is sort of important to me.

If I decided to have, say, that my Tiefling PC have some of the non-crunch physical traits, as outlined in Blood of Fiends(Pg.31), such as an exoskeleton, insectile mandibles, and antennae, and draw my PC with said features, would that be fine?

Is there a more restrictive way PCs can look in PFS?

Shadow Lodge *

Your tiefling can be a special/horrifying as you want it to be. It's fine to pick and choose those, since they don't have any in-game effect, and are in fact supported. It chart explicitly states that it can be used without rolling and that they have no mechanical affects.

Taldor ***

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I recently commissioned a portrait of the lovely and elegant Lady Gabrielle d'Apcher. The Lady is pictured in an example of her adventuring garb.

-Matt

Taldor ***

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I've updated the previous posting with a revised version of the illustration of Lady Gabrielle. The above link no longer works.

-Matt

Shadow Lodge **

Thomas Graham wrote:
I just wish I could find a female human musket weirder that does look like a pirate and/or a pole dancer for a mini.

I second that.

Shadow Lodge ***

Disk Elemental wrote:
Thomas Graham wrote:
I just wish I could find a female human musket weirder that does look like a pirate and/or a pole dancer for a mini.
I second that.

Check this British company hasslefree miniatures

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how about a dwarf that doesn't wield an axe or a hammer? I've seen one mini, but it was double picks. and, of course, harsk.


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My first PFS character, Luka "Thumper" Raptorfang.

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gnoams wrote:
Thanks for raising this thread, I never saw it the first time around, lots of cool art. I draw cartoon pinups for all my PFS characters myself, here's all 8

There seems to be a common theme, but I just can't place it.

Thanks for the link to other minis, I always like to find some from different companies, it helps to ensure no one else uses a similar one.


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Too bad there is no mini that exists that comes close to looking like my PC though.

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http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/02134
http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/14578
kind of close

Osirion

My current Osirian White-Haired Witch.


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Sitri wrote:

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/02134

http://www.reapermini.com/FigureFinder#detail/14578
kind of close

Could combine parts, and add some custom bits. Thanks for the links. I will continue to search.

Grand Lodge ***

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Mike Mistele wrote:

The art which I have for my PCs is the table tents, which were done by a dear friend of mine (she's a fellow gamer, as well as a graphic designer and web developer).

Here's Xan Stormblade, my rogue (pirate archetype). Those of you with whom I played at GenCon will recognize her. She died in the Temple of Empyrial Enlightment on Saturday afternoon, but she's feeling much better now. ;-)

Xan's twin sister, Catraoine Becket, is a paladin of Iomedae, and the polar opposite to her sister in most ways.

(In both cases, the model is actress Stana Katic, from the TV show "Castle".)

I could swear I've seen those table tents. Have you been to Mepacon or any of the Vinny Cons here out East?

Cheliax

A bit old picture, but here's Radya, my half-orc inquisitor of Zon-Kuthon.

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Hmmm I asked butterfrog to do a portrait a few years ago.

Osirion

My Living Monolith

And a Mordant Spire elf

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Rakim, Bound Ifrit Smithy of House Darshud!
This is Rakim while he's been conjured to be a babysitter.
Why isn't there a Pathfinder scenario where you have to be a babysitter? (not Horn of Aroden, that doesn't count)

Osirion

A Half-orc Bloodrager (blue dragon bloodline)

Andoran

manekochan wrote:

Here are some pics of my half-elf druid, Thalo. Her pics are a little skimpy as they were for a card set. I just wanted my character in there. :P

She wears leather armor now and I don't think technically she's allowed to have all those tattoos (though that might just be an old RPGA rule I'm thinking of). Otherwise, though, this is the basis for her. (On another note, originally she was going to be a character build that loved to be in trees... then I ran out of skill points so she has no climb... ^^; ha ha!) far left
Here's another one of Thalo with "Cat" her first animal companion. He died game before last so I guess a new card is in order with her new kitty.

Madame, your beauty is breathtaking. I'm sorry about your loss of your dear cat. I have my wolf, of which I am quite fond. If you ever need a sword, do not hesitate to look into my work.

As for me, I'm sort of an apprentice cartoonist (I draw in a very Anime fashion), but I'm still working on my own art. Since, as a noob, this is the first character to make it to level 2, he needs to be commemorated!

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