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Super Kingdom Death Explore!- Phoenix on Page 3

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You should contact Poots and get him to license this. I don't like chibi at all, but I bet people would dig it. Great work.

 

Love your work as usual, though the blacklining on the white lion is a bit much for my taste.

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You should contact Poots and get him to license this. I don't like chibi at all, but I bet people would dig it. Great work.

 

Love your work as usual, though the blacklining on the white lion is a bit much for my taste.

 

 

So far, I've made all of the minis from existing miniatures parts (some of them have a lot of greenstuff).  The bases are even not-quite scratch built since I made a lot of the faces from press molds of my daughter's toys (the large one in the back is Jesse from Toy Story, some of the other faces are Anna and Elsa).

 

I met Adam at Gencon, and showed him this diorama.  He put it in his display cabinet for most of the show.

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Can't wait for the Chibi Flower Knight or Flower Witch..

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Not normally a fan of Chibi but I love the idea. And as usual I love your paint job. 

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Super work, love, love it! I love chibi, and own quite a bit I need to paint. I find it's a nice break from super, tiny figures.

I always enjoy seeing your work. Thanks for sharing.

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I love Super Dungeon Explore but I was so afraid of the assembly for the Kingdom Death minis that I didn't back it. Amazing paint job. I really like your custom faces. Very fitting.

 

All versions of the Twilight Knight rock... but my favorite is this one. ^_~

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KDM assembly is't a big deal if you are used to putting together hard plastic kits (GW, Wyrd)

 

 

Can't wait for the Chibi Flower Knight or Flower Witch..

 

 

Give me some time, I definitely have plans for the Flower Knight.

 

 

One thing to note, some KDM minis just need the chibi to be brought out in their paintjob- the Gorm, Spidicules and the Sun Stalker don't really need any modifications to look right fighting little chibis.  Some of the larger minis just need some smaller mods (lion god, phoenix) while others need full replacements (Manhunter, Tyrant).

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That's pretty cool!

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Oh wow! Those look fantastique!

I don't normally associate cute with disturbing but those almost human-like hands on that lion, and those faces...

 

And I see that autocorrect has decided to use the French spelling of fantastic. Obviously plain old english is not good enough to convey how good your work is.

::):

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Well, I'm sure the autocorrect knows what's best.

 

 

 

With chibi minis, I prefer it when they express two conflicting ideas at the same time.  Usually one is "Cute" while the other one is often Badass, or Creepy.

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Looks supercute!!!

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Can't wait for the Chibi Flower Knight or Flower Witch..

 

 

So, I had plans for the Flower Knight already- he's part of the game, and I've been assessing all of the game minis for conversion into chibis.

 

However, the Flower Witch was one that I had overlooked.  She would make an outstanding Chibi.  I am so very excited, and even without game rules, she's got to be made.

 

Thank you for putting that into my head.

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Great work as usual, and a really neat idea.  I'd didn't think I'd be fond of Chibis at first, but they are a nice break from regular mini's for me.  I'm pretty sure your past work helped get me inspired to start my Chibis.

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