Nyss are almost Ready!
Each model received a bit of a touch up, and the bases received a bit of autumn flocking.
Initially, I was ready to call it quits. However, I couldn’t let the lack of bowstrings go without some sort of solution. I wanted to have some of the Nyss Hunters drawing back a bow, and I was ready to cut and fashion an arrow out of a paperclip and clay, but I realized it would look utterly ridiculous. To begin with, the archers’ drawing hands are way beyond their shoulder. I was taught to pull to the corner of my mouth and let fly from there. I don’t ever remember pulling further, even after release. I thought about moving the drawing arm, reposing somehow, but couldn’t figure out a way to do it well.
And that pretty much wraps up the Nyss. I’ll have a post with all of them in their final state (arc marks) soon.