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Finished these three from my first wip post so I'm milking them for another post here in show off. I'd love to hear your thoughts. First as a group: cow: Side a (frontish?) B-side Pig goat close up of goat face b-side group shot Thanks for looking! WIP can be found here:
Adding to my collection of farm figures, these halflings are pretty decent size. Must be the country living. Had fun muddying them up a little. Probably could have gone further with that. The male had what looks like a gouge on the face. Not sure if I just didn't clean up the mold lines enough or somehow cut him during scraping and prep? Didn't actually notice it until I did the eyes and started working on skin. Could have played it up as a scar but didn't want to mess with it right now. Maybe I'll pick it up again after the figure has seen some table action and then give him a battle
These are some plastic animals by Model Power intended for O scale railroads ("Model Power" No. 6171, "36 Unpainted Animals, O-027 Scale"). They are a little large and a little crudely modeled, but until Reaper came out with its new animal companions they were what I had. These cows are painted up as Ancient White Parks, a heritage breed from Britain that dates to the thirteenth century. The goat is another heritage breed, but I don't remember which. The sheep is a sheep. Here they are for scale with a not-quite-finished Reaper 60079: Lyrie Akenja. As you can see,