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By Velrock on Thingiverse. I used a lighter winter color scheme for the pack. I know they look all cute and fluffy but they are really vicious hunters. I did these three as part of my July 4th holiday weekend Paint Binge. I used a combination of Secret Weapon bases and base inserts.
Welcome to Getting to Know You, JUNE 2020 Edition. The rules as they currently stand ( we all know most of you rebellious lot will ignore most of it, but one can try) 1. Every day, or so (unless I am out or ill or something) I will post a question. 1.5. Should I be unable to post a question for the day a crack team of deputy quisitors, former quisitors, and random forum members are all chomping at the bit to step in and post one... 2. In theory there is a 24 hour span to answer that question before the next question is posted. 2.5.
@ub3r_n3rd sent me a gift. A nice magnet from Las Vegas, a Bombshell Pirate Girl and a few Rackham Confrontation Minis. Besides that ( an awesome gift already) he sent me a painted version of my avatar. Many thanks Paul! I love it. It has a special place in my display cabinet ( next to George's @knarthex who had sent me a little wolf painted in the colours of my avatar a while ago) Thanks! I wanted to show it to the Forum, it deserves a Show Off.
image by kitchen_wolf, on Flickr So I made this "pile of dog" out of FiMo. Mostly because I sketched one in an idle moment and figured it'd be simple enough. Dogs are kind of a staple of low level D&D, but minis for same are actually sorta thin on the ground. Wolves, Hellhounds, and whatever the splendid Sandra Garrity Blood Wolf is, sure. But domestic canids, not so much. image by kitchen_wolf, on Flickr Someone's gotta test the fountain - he's drunk out of worse. image by kitchen_wolf, on Flickr How to make a Skeleton nervous.