The Naga, monsters born of magic, are very large snake-like creatures with human-like faces. Ten to twenty feet in length and intelligent, they can be formidable opponents!
This model is from the Tabletop Dungeon-Crawl game Descent: Journeys in the Dark (1st Edition). My first copy of the game was awesome, and I had a lot of the models painted, but it (and all of the painted models) disappeared with my ex-girlfriend back in the day. When I purchased a second copy of the game, unfortunately one of the game boards was repeated and another of the game boards was missing. So I pulled all of the models (for use with D&D, and to have extra models to paint), kept some of the dungeon tiles & bits for miscellaneous use, and said nuts to the rest of it. I painted this one up between the Hellbrute and the next twitter-chosen paint job (which will be coming in the next week or so… depending on how much time I get to devote to it).
The Descent models are really nice, considering you got nearly 80 models for the price of the game… They’re not as intricately detailed as the Warhammer models, and I think they’re on a 20mm scale instead of a 28mm scale (unconfirmed, but similar creatures are a bit smaller). But overall they’re quite nice, durable, and easy/quick to paint! I finished this one quickly, over an hour or two of painting.