|Super Dungeon Explore Ember Mage|
|An angled top-down view of the Ember Mage as well as close-ups of her staff|
Finishing her eyes was just one part of my final push for this Super Dungeon Explore board game piece, as I also finished painting her staff and dimly glowing ball (at least that's what I had envisioned it to be) attached to its end. I did a little bit of object source lighting at the end of the staff to reflect the dimly lit ball. For the Ember Mage's staff, I tried to paint it to look like mahogany wood.
|Colour scheme comprised largely warm colours with some cool purples for contrast|
|My favourite photographic angle of the Super Dungeon Explore Ember Mage|
|Super Dungeon Explore Ember Mage, side view (right)|
Painting the Ember Mage's eyes purple went surprisingly well. Initially I was afraid it would clash badly with the orange hair but I guess it helped that her clothes were also purple (of a darker shade).
|A hint of purple leggings amidst all the warm colours|
|Super Dungeon Explore Ember Mage (back view)|
|Red, orange, yellow and gold ... warm colours for an Ember Mage|
Having the usual dull and neutral grey on black base was appropriate seeing that the focus was going to be on the Ember Mage anyway. I was pretty sloppy with the base's paint job as I just wanted to finish the miniature at that point. In the end, I was happy just to keep the paint job clean.
|Super Dungeon Explore Ember Mage (side view, left)|
|Say I am cute or get a fireball in the face|
Although I haven't decided which Super Dungeon Explore hero character to paint next, it will most likely be one without any red/orange in it so the Royal Paladin and Glimmerdusk Ranger are prime candidates. Thanks for following my progress of the Ember Mage from start to finish and I hope you have enjoyed watching her come to life through paint. Till my next update, be well and happy!