Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Sword 'n' Board - Gloomhaven Inox Brute
He's also got the same problems the [sun class] did, regarding some strange posing decisions for his arm. I'd have done something like the Dark Souls Warrior or... actually... all of their starting classes had better ideas for single-piece PVC board game pieces with shields. Also, I didn't like how high his shoulders were; they made the already-stiff pose look even more so.
Well, either way, here's the work my Inox took (this got slightly more refined between that and painting it). He's, uh, really tall, which I could have compensated for through cutting down his torso, but I decided that it wasn't worth the amount of sawing and sculpting involved. As with all of these guys, I took it as a bit of a challenge, to try to keep it entirely within game components or sculpting. He was definitely the most difficult of the starting classes to get into a place that satisfied me.
On the actual class, this was the fifth of the core classes my group played; once my spouse figured out how to manage his health (i.e. nothing's that much of a tank in Gloomhaven... at least, not without some passive shields like some baddies have), he ran pretty smoothly—with a little extra flare, for a conventional fighter.