I just finished my Nassa the Gnome mini! Unfortunately, our DM couldn't play this week, so I got to work on this instead. I added the clothes in on Wednesday, and I went over to Sean's today (Thursday) to finish up.
I got some Super Sculpey Firm, to see what it was like, and it ended up making the head a lot easier. It still wasn't perfect, especially because I barely left any armature up there, but I was able to hack it together long enough to bake it. The Firm Sculpey did really help keep enough details in there for baking (as opposed to the regular Sculpey.) From there, I did a bunch of Xacto-carving to refine the details. And in the last step, I added the ears, hands, and daggers.
In the end, I'm quite happy with it, largely because it is so ridiculously small, but mostly because the pose is so twisty and dynamic. The clothes really accent the turn, and the arms have a real attitude to them. I'm having so much fun with this; I think my next one will be around 3" using Sculpey firm, and I'm getting excited to try ProCreate in the near future.
My next step is to paint this handsome gentleman and fine lady, and then give them fancy bases. That macro lens really makes them look gritty, but it will all be cleaned up in the next versions.