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  1. I haven't finished anything interesting for awhile. Plastic Moria Goblins don't an interesting post make, after all. First up, we have "Snake" from Wrath of Ashardalon boxed game. I'm assuming that these "properly" come in several different flavours, but I'm happy to just go with "Giant Snake". These three have been near-painted for.. well, quite some time. At least a year, and probably around 2-3, when I was really into painting the boxed D&D games' figures. Finally knuckled down and got them finished yesterday after doing a little on them last weekend. They're a little bright, and much more on the "fantasy artwork" side than the "realistic" side in their colouration, but that's ok by me. The important thing is that they look good on a table, and more importantly - are finished. Next up we have "Cave Bear". These were actually painted a year (or two?) ago. Aside from the unfortunate PVC mould lines, these are lovely little sculpts and painted up like a dream. I've always been pretty happy with how well they came out, as well. Obviously here I went for more of a realistic feel to the colours, though still keeping it bright. Heartbreaker Chronopia Kilt-wearing Celt-Barbarian guy provides human-sized scale reference. What can I do with these figures aside from roleplaying? I'm honestly not sure. Mayhe they can slip into Kings of War as proxies for units in the "Nature" army. I'd need a bunch more to fill out enough to make up a unit, though. Maybe the bears can join in with a unit of Wood Elf Wardancers and the Snakes can do the same for Witch Elves? Actually, that's not a bad idea... I've followed up this post with some more of my painted D&D figures here.
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