Process pictures of my conversion of Reaper Bones #77197 "Erick, Paladin Initiate" to represent a paladin (both standing and mounted on horseback) from a Pathfinder "Kingmaker" RPG campaign. I used bits from assorted Games Workshop "Warhammer Fantasy" sprues, plus some Apoxie Sculpt epoxy putty.
wow! that's really cool!
Thanks! I can't remember if you were around for our "Inferno" campaign back in the '00s (when Moonwolf/Playful_Eye played "Maori" the pyromaniac fire-wizard goblin, among other things), but the pavilion in the last shot was originally made from Sculpey around a wadded-up foil core by Gwendel (and then I used Magic Sculp(t)/Apoxie Sculpt to add the trim, drape folds, etc., and painted it up); she originally used it for her paladin character, Sir Ent. I think it also saw some use in our d20 World of Warcraft campaign. By chance, Digital_Rampage's paladin character, "Sir Greys," has the same red-and-white color scheme, so I did a bit of touch-up work and put it back into service as a table prop for when the PCs are setting up camp (and getting ambushed at night) during overland journeys.