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  1. So my Weds game at the FLGS I'm running Frog God Games' "The City that Dripped Blood" & the main adversaries are creatures called Skelzi(s). A description for a miniature equivalent is: medium sized humanoid with emancipated body & a bird head. (btw, very cool option, I just copied that from the pdf & I hit CTRL+V to paste into this box & it uploaded!!) That is a Skelzi. I'm thinking a undead that isn't decomposing & a head swap. At this point, I'd just take a close equivalent to the picture as the PCs are a little over halfway through the adventure. Currently I'm just using blank Reaper bases for anything they encounter out of this adventure so it's kinda awkward & disappointing coming from a DM that uses minis. Thanks for any help, it's very much appreciated.
  2. wickedshifty

    Kassandra Of The Blade

    I’m pretty happy with how she turned out. I’ve been working on contrast for a long time- so I was happy to achieve some in her cloak. I kinda thought she was “tinker belle”ish- so I painted her sorta with that in mind.
  3. Jaws

    Two very old Kobolds

    I've had these for many, many years. I am pretty sure they are reaper minis, but I can not find any reference to these particular kobolds when I search. They are very small, here is a scale pic next to a genestealer:
  4. Erk

    77103 Nor'Okk, Ettin

    This guy was a good time. I didn't go for anything special or challenging besides trying out a classic green skin, which I rarely use. I like how it turned out, my hobgoblins from Bones 3 might end up green.
  5. CatBat

    Rescue Mission

    Hey all! Second post in a night. Whoo! Okay, well Vanja was my first mini ever, and I've decided I'd like to post my 2nd and 3rd attempts at mini-painting. These are both non-reaper, to my knowledge. They were purchased from the $1 "Box of Misfit Minis" from my local comic store, so I decided to rescue them in an attempt to give them new life. As I mentioned in my previous topic, I use Amsterdam acrylics (red, yellow, blue, black, white) and mix them. I also have a few metallic craft paints that I use as well (and in the case of the blue dude, I used a bit of nail polish, too.) As always, critiques are welcome! EDIT: I've been informed that the first mini is a Beastman of Chaos from Games Workshop and the dwarf is RAFM. Not sure how to edit tags at this point, but once I do, the info will be updated. Beastman of Chaos Crossbow Dwarf
  6. Found this one as well among my un-based minis and proceeded to base them. I recall when he was purchased (early 90s), just don't recall what system they are from. Any assistance with finding out this one's origins would be appreciated. Thanks to mikem91 for figuring out my last one.
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