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Found 3 results

  1. odinsgrandson

    Chibi Mutant Platypus Warriors

    Here are a couple of fun little minis I painted up from The Forgotten King set. I'm not sure that there's much more to say about them. The NMM was fun:
  2. odinsgrandson

    Succubus Vandella

    Here is my Super Dungeon Succubus. Man, she was loads of fun to paint. The color scheme is loosely based on Millenia from Grandia II, but the mini doesn't look all that much like her to begin with (and I didn't want to alter her since she's such a great mini to start out with.
  3. odinsgrandson

    Sebastian Cross

    Here's a mini that I painted up for Gencon this year. It was sort of a last minute entry- I had a little bit of time after finishing my main entries, and I had been wanting to paint up Cross and his relic for the 'machines of war' category. Last year, I thought there wasn't enough awesomeness represented in the category. This year, there was plenty of awesomeness to go around. Cross got a 4th place ribbon. Anyway, here he is:
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