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  1. Here's one I just finished a few nights ago from the old Ral Partha All Things Dark and Dangerous series that Julie Guthrie sculpted in the early eighties. This particular set also came with an executioner swinging an axe, another prisoner on his knees just about to get his head whacked off, a basket with a head in it, and a guard with a polearm. Nice set of figures for a kind of town-type adventure. I took pictures oddly enough of this figure from a bunch of angles because she is hunched so oddly it doesn't seem like one angle captures the figure. This is one that has been sitting on m
  2. Finally finished him. My TMM needs work, as does some of my blendings on the wings,but now that I have a slow dry/blending medium to play with, we will maybe see a new level in my mini painting. Still, here he stands, as is. Wyrmgear the Eternal
  3. The more I look at Nethyrmaul, the more the composition of the figure impresses me. https://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/previews/sku-down/77190 The whole structure, down to the curl of the tail, is a work of art in itself. In the store photo it looks reminiscent of Stephen Hickman's book covers, of something Art Nouveau. There are a lot of minis that do the job, that serve as placeholders for characters or monsters or what have you. Julie Guthrie's sculpture holds together as an interesting artwork in its own right.
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