|Super Dungeon Explore Riftling Rogue|
This particular Super Dungeon Explore board game piece had a really small body that made the head seem even bigger than usual, well it's a chibi figure after all. Still, the Riftling Rogue's body seemed really tiny when compared to the Deeproot Druid which made painting the lower portion difficult.
|Not as famous as Drizzit Do'Urden but a tad cuter|
|Staying true to her original colour scheme meant a very limited colour palette|
|A pretty earring for a pretty rogue|
To stay true to the colour scheme in the board game manual, I used a fairly limited palette when painting the Super Dungeon Explore Riftling Rogue. In hindsight, perhaps I should have painted her leather belt/pouches with brighter colours. That being said, when looking at the Riftling Rogue in the bigger picture ... for example when compared to all the other heroes after they have been painted ... I believe her colour scheme will actually provide a welcome contrast to the rest of the heroes.
|Back view of the Super Dungeon Explore Riftling Rogue|
|Some shadows on the white hair helped make the figure less monotone|
|Say I'm cute ... or else|
Two cutesy miniatures down and many more to go. Not sure how much 'moe' I can endure but I must admit working on these adorable looking anime miniatures is both extremely fun as well as a means to improve my painting technique. Next up for the Super Dungeon Explore board game pieces will be the Ember Mage. Any elf with the word glimmer in her name cries out to be painted super extra cute! Question is ... can I paint any cuter? Must think cute thoughts ... rainbows, unicorns, sugar and spice ... exterminatus, space marines, war ... oops ... cute thoughts ... errr Richard Watterson?
|Richard Watterson, candidate for Best Cartoon Father ... ever|
So having left you with an image of a pink bunny burned into your retina ... I bid you adieu for now.