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1st off, this guy is difficult to find key words for when looking him up in Reapers miniatures sale pages. Dragon Warrior doesn't pull him up, neither does dragonkin, half dragon or lizard warrior ( most of which pull up a lot of models in the same class.) If the sales are low, it may be because he is hard to know he exists.
Originally he was going to be a good D&D dragon, most likely gold. Then coincidentally a friend wanted a bunch of bad half dragons for a campaign and I mentioned I had just picked this one up. He wanted each a different color and this one was going to be either white or blue. White was tough and the sculpt made it even tougher. I really had to jam the paintbrush in a lot of crevasses and create a few painted up scales that I felt were missing.
In the end I am proud of this one. White is tough and he was the first small model I have painted since knocking out a couple of very large balefire gates for a friends GW table.
This site has a new look since I have last been on. I will have to look around if I have the time today.
I painted 14471 Somchai, in my Lost World Project he is called Sssuuchooi.
WIP and Story here:
I had a lot of fun painting this guy, hope you like him,
Based on a Tabletop Art Resin Base.
Sorry for the 'batch' aspect, but... it is indeed a batch submission of some of the last pieces coming out of the production line for Septembre and October. I couldn't really decide which one to post so here you go :)
From my Pathfinder campaign: The oldest creatures still left over from the original settlers of the valley are lumbering beasts of burden, the krungbeasts. Their handler, the gnome Kiranora, rents them out wherever they're needed most ... pulling out huge stumps, dragging heavy loads, or working in conditions too dangerous for horses.
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