Minis we would like to see (Fantasy Version)
Posted 10 October 2011 - 06:14 AM
Buaidh no bas
Servo et custodia
Figures completed for 2014: 6
Figures purchased for 2014: 1
Posted 11 October 2011 - 09:15 AM
Only one in the catalog is old, and could use an update - not a fan of him at all.
I hope never to be a giraffe named Marius in Denmark.
Posted 12 October 2011 - 10:37 PM
Small enough to fit on a 1in/25mm round base.
Another to fit on a 40mm round base.
Then one that fits on a 70 to 80mm round base.
Posted 16 October 2011 - 03:55 PM
Who could say no to such a handsome steed!
Posted 24 October 2011 - 10:25 AM
Links to images provided below--
Ogier Ogre sized but very different: http://t3.gstatic.co...0saK_SIUb83FrXg
Algai'd'siswai -- http://t3.gstatic.co...pkTlVAylZBgocX-
Maidens of the Spear -- http://t3.gstatic.co...eXNrT5osXS1QXxK
Trolloc -- Beastmen with more variety of heads and torso armour: http://t3.gstatic.co...EfsLEsWFvZ7fSSg
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Posted 24 October 2011 - 11:43 AM
I understand Gene Van Horne is working on a Buford T. Justice-style "Local Sheriff" and his Barney Fife-style partner. I will cheerfully buy them when they are available.
Yes, it's my real face. But not my real hair.
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Posted 25 October 2011 - 11:03 AM
Ogre Bard: This rural troubador strums a primitive banjo. A battered straw hat shades his head and a greasy rag serves him as a neckerchief. The whip and spiked club hanging from his belt serve well to intimidate his accompanist, a chained, cringing slave/victim who plays a massive ogrish washboard.
Ogre "Beefcake": Obese and slovenly, this malodorous creature knows few females can resist his backwood charms. Greasy hair flows from his balding, misshapen pate as he strikes the pose he calls "I'm too sexy". Clad in a skimpy loincloth to show off his 'remarkable' physique, he afterward assumes a series of positions cribbed from the covers of tawdry romance novels.
Posted 26 October 2011 - 10:50 AM
What can I say, I've always wanted a full 'set' of these, and partial collections drive me nuts!
While we're at it, I do hope they continue to release various other critters from those books, dungeon monsters and the like. Love the ones they've done so far.
John Stuart Mill
English economist & philosopher (1806 - 1873)
Posted 26 October 2011 - 03:14 PM
Posted 06 November 2011 - 09:57 AM
Decent, non savage, civilized anthropomorphic animal folk to add much needed diversity of race to fantasy settings where they are needed - mostly just mine.
Not beastmen, not were-monsters, not sickeningly sweet mousey midgets, just normally proportioned humanoid animals.
A simple set of Anthro Adventurers would be a god sent boon.
Get wrecked, Outlander.
Posted 06 November 2011 - 01:49 PM
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 03:07 AM
That and a dwarf on a pony. Not a dwarf warrior, but a peasant or better yet, a merchant! I love Bob Olley's wonderful dwarf sculpts, and am amassing as many as I can find and buy and paint up. I wanna start a dwarf village. Townsfolk would be great! A dwarf momma and kids, an elder, a bard, etc. And a mounted dwarf merchant on a shaggy pony!
MALE fairies! With little thorn swords or shields! If there are females, it stands to reason that there'd be male fairies as well, but they are so difficult to find. A male fairy warrior would be cool. Maybe one riding a sparrow or something!
I'd love to see some more fairies. Some more options from various fantasy interpretations.
Posted 09 November 2011 - 08:58 PM
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