These recently painted Reaper miniatures were set up into a diorama. The scene depicts three adventurers — priestess, necromancer, and ranger, who find themselves in a mysterious chamber with a pair of portals. Suddenly they are attacked by creatures emerging from the portal. Down below, a screeching owlbear erupts from one portal, while a big black orc trundles out of the other.
The walls, floors, and stair were made with dungeon tiles. Most of the furniture is from the Reaper kickstarter with a few other odds and ends picked up over the years. The small red fox is one of the Reapers familiars.
The owlbear rounds a column and launches itself with full force against the archer and the wizard. Three powerful claws and a snapping beak lash out. The ranger attempts to draw and shoot at point blank range, while the necromancer braces himself for the onslaught. He holds a curled parchment in his hand.
The priestess, cut off from the rest, holds up her holy symbol to ward off the overbearing presence of the black orc. She raises her scimitar to defend against the mighty blow of the war axe. The orc is single minded in its ferocious attack, letting his guard down, not noticing or caring about the faithful fox companion of the priestess, ambushing from behind.
Here we have the necromancer. He is done in shades of turquoise, blue and green, with an amethyst gem in his staff and a magical scroll written in golden ink.
The owlbear has some crazy stance, but it works, really capturing the sense of explosive movement.
Shannon rose to new heights of detail with all the patterned fabrics in the Pathfinder iconic cleric. She is probably the best so far of all the Reapers painted.
Big orc, big axe. The gruesome shield is my favorite part. I used antique nickel for the metal blade and plate armor, then dry brushed a bit of gunmetal along the edges.