Sorry! I just saw the Ghoul. I was at a lake with my family for a week. That thing is super awesome! It looks just how I imagined it in my head, I like how you made him all frail looking, it is pretty cool.
Post Script: You might want to try working on the hands, I think it is the main place you need work on your miniatures. Keep up the great work!
I'm glad! I hope you enjoyed your trip to the lake :D
Also, I totally agree. The software I was using was too weak to sculpt small objects like hands and they kept majorly warping! I just upgraded the software I'm using, so fancier hands are incoming! I'm also going to incorporate better poses too.
Again, thanks so much for being part of my learning experience!
The paint job is pretty crude, but gives a good idea of shape/design. The eyes should be bigger, but the paint program didn't feel like it. The hands are under detailed because this was intended to be printed on a 1 square inch base, meaning the fingers wouldn't have shown up anyway. Enjoy! :)
Hi there! I'm very new here (and a major D&D newbie too to be honest) but I would love you forever if you could give a (female) cat folk druid a go :) I would definitely love a more big cat-like face (see second example) but love the feet on your cat man so far! Clothing etc can be far less revealing than in the example images and a quarter staff plus/minus short bow would be great but honestly I would welcome anything as long as it's a tabaxi female druid :) if you do go for it I would love to pay for your trouble (and shipping) if you were willing to print and send it :)