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Since You guys like old school stuff, here are some more Citadel figures that I painted with Polly S paints between 1988 and 1992... Rychter Wolfhelm was my first Cleric, and really the first non multi classed cleric in any campaign I participated in in over 10 years of playing AD&D! He was a 2nd Ed Specialty Priest of Tempus, and if you were hurt in the battle, you had better survive till the end, because Rychter did not cast spells in combat, he was a Priest of Tempus, and he led the charge! In one game, one of the other characters called Rychter a coward.... That did not sit to w
So here are the mighty Goblins, painted more than 25 years after their brethren.... Just goes to show that even and old fool can learn a thing or two.... Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: So there you have them! Tried a little bit of shading on the metals of the weapons, using Decay Black where zenithal light would be absent, don't know how much it helps... And for minis that have been used in countless AD&D games since they were painted, the old ones still don't look too bad..
I interrupt my other works in progress to bring you this special Project. But George, those guys are already done, you are thinking.... And you would be right! I painted these guys when I was in college, back in the early 90s, using the Polly S & Ral Partha AD&D Paint Lines... And seem to have missed the fact that the guy with the 2 handed mace is wearing some sort of skull cap! But now, I have 5 more! Thanks to another forumite that was going to use them as weight for the melt tables at R Con, he was kind enough to let me save them from the abyss... So