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Ollie the Dragon mascot

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I can see that one on a vintage cover of Dragon. Nice work!

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Alright, I was a bit confused by his pedigree.  He is actually Angamrindax  and he was sculpted by Bob Olley.  To me he will always be Ollie the dragon for reasons.

 

On the Impact site it says he is an Elfball mascot, but somewhere I have a little more history on him that says he was a mascot and treasure guardian for on of the blood bowl teams, though I haven't done the work to remember or look up which one yet... 

 

All in all, its a cool little old school dragon who showed up with a bunch of Chibis.  He is also metal which makes him a rarity for Tom and the bunch at Impact. 

 

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8 hours ago, Highlander said:

You pulled off the orange and yellow.

Thanks!  I got the effects I wanted from him to apply to the larger dragon. I went a different direction with the wings and I'm glad I did.  I also like his treasure pile!  Lots of practice on using the scale 75 gold kit

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