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  1. hi all, it seems appropriate that i am sharing a couple of flumphs on valentines day, loveable little critters that they are. flumph love! so, check out the nice pair of flumphs, for your viewing enjoyment. i found these much maligned but adoreable critters to be a conceptual challenge. i eventually went with their current incarnation because of castability and their adherence to the concept art from the tome of horrors. I realize they are not the most classical vision of the flumph but i think they are cute. it was quite an honor to depict this iconic/notorious monster in miniature form. anyhow, happy valentines day. may your two flumphs beat as one.
  2. yet another sculpt for the Tome of Horrors Complete. this one was done in a very short time frame (for me), but i really enjoy how it came out. i was going for a blend of the art from the original fiend folio (laugh if you will, but that book is a favorite in my collection) and the ToHC art. the two complemented each other very well. the end result is UBER OLD SCHOOL. now, i have to warn you: the pictures are a bit dodgy. the lean and combination of glossy and matte materials made him tough to photograph. i have found that greens in general are tough because they lack contrast. ah, well, live and learn. Edit: 30mm base and a bonus pic & 1982 fiend folio art: what does the babbler say? "blablopredububrubaprawrrawrrawrr" P.S. let me know if you guys are getting sick of seeing all of my greens. I haven't had time to paint lately so it is what I have to share.
  3. Some tabletop Lemures from Reaper Bones II and Center Stage miniatures. In D&D 5th Edition, the lemure is probably the wimpiest monster in the whole book, I think a standard goblin can kill at least 20 of them. Reaper Bones 77326: Center Stage Miniatures 003:
  4. A couple of Water Weirds with basic paint jobs: Reaper Bones II 77310: Center Stage Miniatures 013:
  5. Hi all, Here is my painted lurker above. CSM was kind enough to give me the first crack for my very own sculpt. this is a production copy in metal; it is big and solid. to give you an idea, he is mounted on a 50mm base, and the humanoid skull is to scale. there a few more picks in the ToHC KS update #73 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/centerstageminis/tome-of-horrors-complete-28mm-heroic-scale-miniatu/posts/756565#comments overall I am happy with how the lurker turned out, from start to finish, but being able to paint it taught me some very important lessons about what i liked about my own sculpt and what i didn't. there are some mistakes, ill admit, and overall i think this was the most imperfect of the sculpts i have made so far. But, hey, it is a learning process and i still think it worked out well as a project. i can't help but be happy to see him completed, lurking on the shelf, waiting for some foolish PC who doesn't check the ceiling before stepping in a room...... I always appreciate comments and criticisms, they are great motivators. thanks for looking!
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