I was on a short beach holiday, but I towed along my painting kit and managed to squeeze in a little bit of painting time. Still sketching colors, for the most part -- feeling out the direction I want to go.
I'm most pleased with the caber-thrower so far. I love the concept and the character's expression. The sculpt is truly a miniature work of art. The pose conveys the weight, balance, and strain of the caber. The sculpt is also a good balance of smooth surfaces with complex surfaces.
The other characters have way too many doodads and filigree on them. Which is a complaint I have about the Privateer Press aesthetic, in general. But models like the caber-thrower make up for it. Plus, while the doodads and filigree are a little tedious, and they're brain-burners for color-choices, their textures make for some brainless slapdash-style painting, so that helps even it out.