The Lady of Pain

About five years ago I had a go at making The Lady of Pain from the Dungeons and Dragons Planescape setting.  I wanted to try some patination techniques to corrode some brass and the character is shown as being made from corroded brass, so it seemed like a good plan.  My original attempt is here, but I’ve recently had another go at it which has been a little more successful.  I’ve put together a build log covering the piece and even had some fun creating a CG version of Sigil, the city that The Lady of Pain governs in the Planescape setting.

Here’re some pics of the piece

The Lady of Pain

 

And here are some shots of Sigil 🙂  It’s been good fun creating images from a game that was discontinued back in the 90s!  I’d love it  if a film was made in the setting one day, I fear this might be too obscure a property to get that kind of treatment though, alas.

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Lady of Pain Banner

The British Steampunk Army

Check out The British Steampunk Army!

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You might recognise the green mask at the back.  It’s a variant of my Bioshock inspired mask that I made for them.  This is what it looked like when I shipped it out:

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They’ve modified it abit as you can see below and I think it looks really cool – I’d never have thought of adding the plumage but it really works!  Their outfits are fantastic.

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I particularly like the stained glass shield!

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As you may have noticed this one has three eyes rather than two like my previous mask,  so I needed a little help with the code from a friend of mine, but I think they look pretty cool.