converted & painted
Michael "Dellolyn" Hansen
It's my entry for the Brushbrothers & -sisters Contest 2013. The rules say that the miniature have to be out of a fairy tale, I have choosen the Lorelei, a german saga.
A beautiful woman sat on the top of a cliff and sang. She sangs so beautiful that the sailors who comes along lost there freewill and jumped into the flood to get to her. Then they died in the eddy near the cliff ...
A son of a rich man heard from the Lorelei and went there by ship with many soldiers. He lost also his freewill and died in the eddy like so many other before. The soldiers climped up to her to kill her. But the Lorelei said to them: "You never have the power to kill me, father please save your daughter."
...and a wave higher than a mountain took her away from the cliff so nobody could catch her. She was never seen until now but her singing could always be heard if you listen...
John Margiotta "BloodASmedium"
Great idea gld