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These are from the Bunny Girls Kickstarter project from a couple of years ago, run by Dark Fable miniatures. They are on 7/8" washers, so would qualify as giant bunnies for most 28mm characters. Here they are, joined by a trio of flying Peegs, from a recent Bad Squiddo campaign: And here's the lot of them, at different angles. Put a little wild life into your games :)
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mp-co-by-golem-miniatures/x/893194#/story MP&Co: Monster, Pretty Girls and Company For our very first campaign, we offer you to finance the edition of three pretty chicks. Eva, Lucy and Jess are available in three versions: naked, in swimsuit and fully dressed. Why 3 versions? Wellâ€¦ Why not? Sculptors and hobbyist customizers would be interested in naked or anatomical version, whereas pretty nice curvesâ€™ lovers would enjoy the bodysuit oneâ€¦ As for the dressed ones, theyâ€™d make perfect recruit for any zombies, aliens or monsters huntressesâ€™ teamâ€¦ Even bad boys huntressesâ€™ team... Weâ€™re offering you different plegdes to buy one, some or all of these versions. Cast and massive production would be made by the best resin caster in France: Historex, this is a great guarantee!! To spice up this first campaign we also offer you to join in a small tombola. One or some tickets would be assigned to every pledger and you could win a painted version (by a Golden Demon Winner)! Finally, if this campaign reaches its goal, weâ€™d have some surprises in store for you and could make new pretty huntresses and of course matching monsters. The campaign will last 1 month. Then copies will be casted and sent no later than September. There will be no delay ! Unless of course a meteorite falls on Historex's workshop or zombies attack your postman. [Nude images not posted, check the indiegogo for those NSFW) Jes sculpted by StÃ©phane Camosseto Lucy sculpted by BenoÃ®t Cauchies Eva sculpted by Christian Hardy (anatomy) and StÃ©phane Camosseto (clothes and weapons) This is a FIXED funding indegogo campaign so if it does not fund paypal will automatically refund your pledge
Your observations and comments in regard to my work and miniature pieces are very astute. There are many dozens of very talented and masterful miniature painters who are members of this great Reaper site...and (yes)...I do differ from most of them in my selection(s) of work(s) due to the following factors; Nostalgic American...I am/have been greatly influenced by the fantastic art work of painter Norman Rockwell and his depictions of the simple and beautiful life in America during the (50's-70's). My works like (Ostend Harbor...T.O. Dunn Salvage & Junk Yard...Rural Water Tank...Helfax Wharf Shops...North Seas Fishing Pier and Bayou Backwater Fishing Pier) were all influenced by that wonderful era in our American history! The Jungle...I really enjoy and have built many diorama and vignette pieces that feature varied aspects of jungle views. I was greatly influenced by the jungles of the (Far East...Africa...South America...and the swamps/everglades of the Southeast United States) while doing photographic work on the deadliest snakes of the world. The love of the jungle has stayed with me all these years and will always be in my heart, mind and memory! Female Figures...I am drawn to beautiful female miniature figures by a ratio of at least (10 to 1 or 20 to 1) as opposed to other figures...due to the fact that I spent 30+ years behind the camera photographing over 10,000 beautiful women in all stages of (dress & undress) for the adult magazine industry worldwide. That is why my favorite private collection is my small collection of female amazon warriors. Figures I Enjoy Painting...I love painting common folk figures of the miniature fantasy world...common folk of the towns (male & female)...figures that are not dressed in armor and did not carry giant (or any) weapons...the common folk of fantasy towns & shires (bartenders, serving wenches, strumpets, beggars, merchants, dancers, common workers...etc). Not Really Into...I have painted some knights, fighters, warriors, creatures, monsters, military and science fiction miniatures...but these are not my " cup of tea "...I will only paint these ( if I really have to )! So these are the basic factors that guide and influence my work(s) in the miniature world. I do marvel at the many miniature painters who paint what I don't really care for...and view with great respect and awe at their marvelous creations! Paul (Catdancer)