|Super Dungeon Explore Deeproot Druid [Work-in-Progress - skin and hair]|
To paint the druid's skin, I had to imagine a sun-kissed wood elf with a fascination for green hair-dye products. Since I had never met such an elf before (let alone any elf), I instead envisioned a beach going tourist who was a little too enthusiastic during Paddy's Day celebrations. It was that or think of George Hamilton with green hair. For the uninitiated, he was a Hollywood actor with a serious tan.
|Skin tone was a tad orangey ala George Hamilton's tan|
I loved how well the green complemented the orangey skin tones. For that, I have to take my hat off to the Super Dungeon Explore concept artists for getting the colour schemes down pat. Recreating the colour schemes on the board game pieces makes me feel like a kindergarten kid with paint colours. And that is a good thing because we all can get a tad too serious about the hobby for our own good.
|Being a wood elf, the Deeproot Druid's hair is naturally green|
Well that's it for this super quick update on the Super Dungeon Explore Deeproot Druid. The textured white fur isn't looking all that bad now with the skin and hair painted in but I will have to finish all the other parts before I can be completely sure, so I will reserve final judgement until then. So next up will be some non-metallic metal (NMM) work on his armour, an attempt at painting anime eyes and everything else. Many thanks for following my progress on these cute miniatures so far!