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  1. Adrift

    Nothic (Bones ghast conversion)

    Here is a conversion I did using a Bones Ghast. I like to use Nothics as spies, infiltrators and recurring villains in my DND game. I used copper wire as a starting point for spiky prominences on his back, added some spikes on his elbows and lastly, sculpted a central eye to cover the top of the ghast's face. I'm happy with the result, despite having to use painting skills to cover up the sub-par sculpting skills.
  2. I'm running the D&D 5e starter set for my friends, and in the absence of a proper nothic miniature from any manufacturer that I could find (DDM prepainted minis don't count :P) I decided to make my own. This is my first attempt at doing a conversion with green stuff. The tiik model had the right posture and it's appendages looked like they didn't need any work. It just screamed "easy conversion!" so I went for it. Obviously my sculpting skills are pretty rudimentary, but I think I did a convincing enough job. The paint job was actually a little rushed, too, as I didn't finish him until the night before I needed him for the game. Anyhow, thanks for looking.
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