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  1. The forest became full of a terrible din; the trees began to groan, the branches creaked as if a violent storm were coming, and the old witch Baba Yaga came crashing through the undergrowth in her great iron mortar. With a pestle in her right hand she urged the mortar along, while her left hand was busy sweeping away the trail behind her with a broomstick. A host of spirits came in her wake, sending up a terrible howling and screeching until she approached the gates, where they left her and flew silently back into the forest. She rode right up to the gates in the mortar, all the while chanting in a blood- curdling voice: 'Little hut, little hut Turn towards me with your door Turn your back to the forest And your face to me! And the hut immediately stopped spinning, turned to face her and stood still. Edit: Forgot to mention: The 3 Baba Yagas are the Bones 4 Baba Yaga, the Village Attacks character, and from the Steve Jackson Games "Hellboy Villains" boxed set. The second Dancing Hut is one I crafted around 2014 for my "Pathfinder: Reign of Winter" game, which is a Paizo Adventure Path that is based around the Baba Yaga.
  2. This was one of the first add-ons from the Kickstarter that was a must for me. Monster Undead are always fun.
  3. Mostly aimed at Frostgrave, Ghost Archipelago, and Rangers of Shadow Deep, here's some more completed miniatures from Reaper Bones 4. Clever girls. Ape Attack! "But no one ever asks, Howvern?" They're here to harass KoRn: I'm a big fan of the tongue-lashing sculpt. Dreadmere's Giant Leeches, painted up to be Purple Wormlings:
  4. Something strangely missing from my Thundering of Giants, Stone Giants! I'm a big fan of the new Lost Valley sculpts from Bones 4.
  5. Another set from the "Lost Valley" expansion from Reaper Miniatures Bones 4, the Jadefire Tribe Orcs.
  6. My latest project was decided by a combination of the upcoming Blood Bowl team being named in my honor and wanting to do some Wee Folk in time for Saint Patrick's. The Assault Group made a group of lovely Oldhammer styled Halflings that fit the bill. They're painted in a slightly updated version of my original Empire colors. They also had an option for Zombie versions of the Halfling Militia!
  7. A collection of Dwarven terrain designed by Printable Scenery. All pieces were printed on a Creality Ender 3.
  8. I've painted another set of terrain, the wonderful "Ulvheim Buildings & Ruins" designed by Terrain4Print All were printed on my Creality Ender 3. They seem quite at home for Mordheim or Frostgrave.
  9. Here is some more of my recently painted 3D printed terrain. Shattered Tomb Entrance, design by EC3D: Rock Pools, by Duncan Shadow Scatterblocks: Dwarven Fountain, designed by dutchmogul Ironhelm Bastion Ruins, designed by Printable Scenery
  10. I've painted another set of terrain, the wonderful "Ulvheim Buildings & Ruins" designed by Terrain4Print
  11. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies: The Skyless Realms

    Now that the project is being released, I wanted to share my work testing the awesome "Skyless Realms" Kickstarter from EC3D. All pieces were printed on an Ender 3 A diorama look at the Skyless Realms: The Entrance itself: The Formorians: An Arachnid Mutant: A Dragon of the Deep: Dark Elves: Gray Dwarves: Gnolls: A Deep Lizardman: Mind Horrors: Big Mike: A Cave Ray: Poor, downtrodden Slaves: And...look out! They have a Cave Troll! I call him Badabing Badaboomsday.
  12. I realized I hadn't quite had enough terrain for small villages, and with a large amount of the Rangers of Shadow Deep having cottages and houses as objectives/scenario focuses, I thought I'd print out a few more. A burninated cottage from The Lost Dragons A frozen cottage, also from The Lost Dragons A Dwarven House, from Printable Scenery: Viking Houses and Tents from Terrain4Print:
  13. I finally got around to decorating the mantle this year. Nothing's newly painted, just gathered together for once.
  14. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies: Happy Holidays!

    Finished with a little time to spare before the end of the year, I did up another group of holiday-themed miniatures, all from Reaper. Happy Holidays! And try not to get dragged directly to hell by the Krampus. The Krampus: Santa Dwarf: A more traditional Kringle:
  15. Here's my recently finished 3D print, the Zombie Dragon from "The Lost Dragons" Kickstarter
  16. Last up in my recently finished miniatures are a set of Animal-Folk from Reaper, all part of Bones 3. I believe some are Lyncanthropes and some from the Savage Avatars sets. The pack: The Gorilla King, with hat: And without: The Were-Gorilla: Werebear don't care: A rather standard Werewolf: Wereboar gotta go fast: And a Water-Buffalo-Man. I realized I painted him after a Yak, then remembered that's not the animal he was meant to be.
  17. My latest project is my recently arrived Stonehaven Adventurers 2018. There's a nice amount of variety in this set, though I do miss the themes of their old projects. The more traditional adventurers first: The Human Ranger. Stonehaven Humans have really grown on me. The Hireling. I can see him being useful for all sorts of D&D games, or as a Mule for Frostgrave. The Half-Elf Cleric. I liked her pet. My surprise favorite of the Kickstarter, the Half-Elf Witch. Another caster in a very evocative pose, the Human Elemantalist. Another female miniature in a unique pose, the Human Thief. Last of the more "traditional" heroes, she's labelled "Human Sorceress" but is clearly a Lich in disguise. I figured the Owlfolk could use their own flock. They'll be seeing use as Aarakocra, I'm sure. The Child Owlkin Engineer. Looks like a Bubo. The Pygmy Rogue. The Owlkin Fighter. The wise old owl, possibly named Virgil.
  18. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies: Stonehaven Grippli

    Though all these sculpts from Stonehaven Miniatures are intended to be Grippli, I think they'll see more use as Grung as I run "Tomb of Annihilation" The figures are from the last few Kickstarters. The former frog. A froggy doodad. Must be a Mystic. You can tell by his shiny rock. SUMO! The Doot-Dooter: A nasty little Warlock. A Wizard with a fake beard. Who does he think he's fooling? A slippery Pickpocket. And a-rangin' we will go:
  19. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies: Gellerpox Infected

    Last on today's finished works, a selection of the Gellerpox Infected from the new 40k Kill Team boxed set, "Rogue Trader" The faction leader, Vulgrar Thricecursed. The Nightmare Hulk that makes me think GW is just teasing us about Mordheim at this point: Gnasher-Screamer, who would also make a great Hag. She's got a built-in coven! The Gellerpox Mutants: The wee ones, the Glitchlings:
  20. And now for the rest of Village Attacks, the star players themselves, the Monsters and Town Heroes. Looking over the photos, I may need to do another coat of fixer spray. They're looking a little bit frosty in the pictures, which is not as obvious to the naked eye. Part 1 can be found here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/83216-lidless-eye-hobbies-village-attacks-peasants-hunters/ To start, the characters themselves, the MONSTERS: Next is the piece that convinced me to join the Kickstarter, because you can play as Baba Yaga: Beware her scream, the Banshee! The ever-hungry Wendigo: Another eater of the dead, the Ghoul: Born of fire, the Efreet: Born of smoke, the Djinn: Everliving and eternal, the Mummy: Ditto, the Lich: The old drowner, the Vodyanoy: I don't have much to say about the Baykok: A poor choice for a one-night stand, the Glaistig: Now starring in his own Netflix original series, the Vampire: Another regrettable Tinder match, the Succubus: The old man of the woods, the Leshy: Ready to whip it real good, the Dullahan: The other star players, though it's your job to viciously murder them, the Town Heroes! The Pathfinder: The Djinn Trapper: The Traveller: The Skald: The Spirit Walker: The Assassin: The Maharib: The Bounty Hunter: The Executioner: The Wind Dancer: The Alchemist: The Portal Mage: My personal favorite, the Fisherman:
  21. Lidless Eye

    Lidless Eye Hobbies: Barrel Mimic

    A simple Barrel Mimic from the ReaperCon Swag Bag.
  22. Finished at the last minute, another year in a row of Nurgly Orks for Orctober! These were printed from Duncan Shadow Louca's designs
  23. More miniatures printed for my ongoing "Tomb of Annihilation" game. All were printed on my Ender-3. First, the Z-Rex, a file I nabbed off Thingiverse. The eternal and ever-smelly Champion, Dragonbait! File designed by the talented DM Workshop, Miguel Zavala. I did have to replace his sword hand with an Empire bit. Eretria, the party's Half-Elf Assassin. Another design by Miguel Zavala, with a sword swap (still haven't gotten the settings dialed in for smaller weapons) Last, the party's Forest Gnome Arcane Trickster, Onyx Timbers. She ritually shaves her head (and eyebrows) every morning after a night time encounter with Hags. This one was designed using DesktopHero3D...I didn't think I was finding any bald Gnome Rogues any time soon.
  24. Freshly sealed, here come the majority of the encounters for the Monsters to overcome in "Village Attacks". First, the endless hordes of Peasants: And then the Hunters. The vampire-seeking Archers: The big bad boomies: And the Ladies:
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