|Super Dungeon Explore Royal Paladin|
|Highlights and shadows stem from an imaginary light source on the upper right corner of the photo above|
|Sword is a mix between pure non-metallic metal (NMM) and a blade containing mystical energy swirling inside it|
In order to spice up the Royal Paladin's sword, I decided to make the hilt red in addition to painting a teal gem and a light blue blade that is supposed to contain swirling mystical energy. Apart from the sword, there was one additional minor difference to the original artwork namely a lack of gold trimmings on the blue cloak. I felt it best to keep things simple where the cloak was concerned.
|White plating on the shield had a subtle colour transition from white to bluish-white|
|Light blonde hair went well with the blue cloak|
|Super Dungeon Explore Royal Paladin (back view)|
For the Super Dungeon Explore Royal Paladin's skin tone, there was only one way to go and that was a skin type associated with inhabitants from the Nordic countries. In fact, the Paladin could have just as easily passed for a Swedish warrior based on his predominantly blue and gold/yellow colours.
|Royal Paladin's blue cloak was kept in simple shades of blue sans any freehand designs|
|Super Dungeon Explore Royal Paladin, side view (right)|
|No heroic group seems to be complete without the 'honour is everything' blonde-haired warrior|
I leave you with a group shot of the Super Dungeon Explore board game pieces I have painted to date. They seem to be a very colourful bunch when placed next to each other, wouldn't you agree?
|And then there were four ... heroes from the Super Dungeon Explore board game|