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  1. This guy stands on a GW base but, according the the local aficionados, isn't. It's in 5 or so pieces, stands around 10cm tall if I recall, and is molded in a very light but not flimsy plastic--I had to hold it a while to make sure it wasn't resin. Ideas?
  2. This is a lot of dragon to paint. There is more I could do (there always is), but I'm calling it done. He is bit too big for my photo booth, but what do you expect from the Dragon Tyrant? I based the color scheme on the 90's D&D cartoon version of Tiamat with some artistic interpretation on my part. I assembled the main body, arms, legs and head, but left the wings and two other sub-assemblies of neck and head apart for painting. This meant that I had to fill some gaps after final assembly and paint over the green stuff I used, but I think it made the different parts more accessible for painting. For those that have not yet assembled this model, you'll want to slot the feet into the base while the glue sets on the legs and body; the fit is not exact and if you don't you may find the stance too narrow to fit onto the base. This meant I had to fill in some gaps between the legs and body, but nothing a little roll of green stuff could not fix.I also had to fill some gaps around the left wing, but that may have more to do with me not paying close enough attention when gluing it to the body. Anyway, here is Ma'al Drakar the Dragon Tyrant in all his tabletop glory.
  3. Glitterwolf

    02404: Lizardman Tyrant By Glitterwolf

    Another inhabitant of my Lost World Project. This is a Lizardman Tyant from Reaper on a Microart Studio Base. WIP for those interested is here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69308-army-of-the-lost-world-xherman1964-paints-coldblooded-creatures/
  4. Did this Hive Tyrant yesterday/today. He is magnetized to be able to switch between legs and wings. The 'not alien' head is from Epoch Studioz. Overall, I am really happy with this one. Edit: Updating the post with the based miniature. It has some drool, now, too! Alternate version, with all magnetized parts switched out:
  5. A compilation of all the photos shown of him so far, so that those on the fence about him or just wanting to admire him can see all the pictures in one place, without having to flip between different updates! I personally cannot wait to get this guy in hand and start painting him! Full 360 Video! The teaser image, our very first glimpse of the completed thing! Close up of the five heads: View of right side with ruins moved front/Left side view Left Side view (updated pic!) Front view Back view! Size comparisons Photos of the green Photos of the green with the sculptor, Julie Guthrie I hope this is useful for people!
  6. Hi, I made a bit more progress on my NOD-like Rach Force and painted the Tyrant and Vanquisher B CAVs. These sculpts don't really appeal to me, so I quickly slapped some paint on to call them done and move on to other models (or maybe take a break...) Still, they look nice in my Force: Tyrant Vanquisher B Incremental Group shot.
  7. Tosek

    D&D NPCs: diverse undead

    I just want to show off the non player minis I painted for my Dungeons & Dragons club over the past year. Today: everything undead Starting with zombies, I got me some that could fit in a fantasy setting: http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/zombie/sku-down/06135 http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/zombie/sku-down/03598 http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/03601/sku-down/03601 next up are skeletal warriors. I love these figures, they remind me so much of the old Ray Harryhausen movies. http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/06133/sku-down/06133 Then we got Dragoth, the defiler http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/02056/sku-down/02056 The ghost king http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/02991/sku-down/02991 And the whispering tyrant who - being quite a snap taller than average human - makes a pretty good level boss http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/60060/sku-down/60060 ...hope you like them
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