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biggest miniature ever?

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Awhile ago i came ago the largest dragon miniature to come about. I remember it having a slogan about "it's so big it has to have it's own site" or something like that. Does anyone remember the site? Or is it defunk. I don't remember it ever even going up for sale. was curious what ever happened to it.

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I think it was Wizards of the Coast's Collosal Red Dragon , but don't quote me on that . :rolleyes:

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Magnificent Egos. I don't have the link but it was their dragon. Sculpted by Sandra Garrity I believe.

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I think it was Wizards of the Coast's Collosal Red Dragon , but don't quote me on that . :rolleyes:

No, it was Viszeralyn, Colossal Oracle Dragon by Magnificent Egos. Some people certainly bought one - there were one or two threads here. Egos seems to be defunct, but it looks like you can still get hold of it via Paizo.com.

 

Ishil

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THAT'S IT! thanks. been driving me nuts forever. maybe i will have to keep an eye out for one. i want to paint one just to say i did it.

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THAT'S IT! thanks. been driving me nuts forever. maybe i will have to keep an eye out for one. i want to paint one just to say i did it.

I can understand that - but have you seen how much they're selling for?

 

Ishil

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cheapest i found was $200. Kinda wrestling with it in my head whether or not i can justify that. possibly. I spent $80 on Marthrangul, what's another $120 or so for something like Viszeralyn. My big thing now, however, is as to whether i actually like the dragon enough to do it. or if i can even get one. Which seems like they are on eternal backorder from what i've read.

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I think it was Wizards of the Coast's Collosal Red Dragon , but don't quote me on that . :rolleyes:

No, it was Viszeralyn, Colossal Oracle Dragon by Magnificent Egos. Some people certainly bought one - there were one or two threads here. Egos seems to be defunct, but it looks like you can still get hold of it via Paizo.com.

 

Ishil

 

I want that dragon.....must have the dragon. :wub:

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I have one - a definite impulse purchase! I want to improve on my technique before starting. (another 10 years or so should do it :rolleyes: ) I got mine off Ebay from Valiant Enterprises for a great price. He isn't listing any Magnificient Egos items now, but it may be worth asking.

 

Paizo is asking 249.99, USD but has her on backorder. Fantization is selling her for the same amount and seems to have stock.

 

It looks like Magnificient Egos may be back into limited production. There's a new dragon listed- Geiger, Deep Dragon. No full pictures of him yet, just the box artwork.

 

Eostar

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It is absolutly gorgeous in person. They had one in the local hobby shop here for a while. Sandra Garrity just happens to be local - never met her, though :(

 

Mike

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Skya painted one up, can't recall her website but she is a member here.

 

Gorgeous work of art of course. Always did like that one, but if I had 200 bucks burning a hole in my pocket & it was only to spend on a hobby item, I think I'd use it for Fine Molds Millennium Falcon model instead, epically now with the way Mag Egos does business as well, hmmmmm.

 

RM

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I'm surprised no one has mentioned the resin dragon from Heresy. It's still being cast up for back orders, but it's HUGE.

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