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This is the Wizard from Grenadier’s Wizards box set circa 1980. Most of the minis from the set were called variations like Sorcerer, Illusionist, Magician, and Warlock. But there are also 2 druids and a cleric included.
I painted all the minis from the set in my teens, then wanted to repaint them in my early 20’s so I had my friend sandblast(!) the paint off. That eroded much of the detail. So the detail in the beard, hands, imp, is almost all painted in.
These are 3 little imps/demons that I pulled off the melt table at Reapercon last year. I'm not sure of manufacturer, so if you recognize them, please let me know. I think they may be from a 15mm figure range.
I bashed these guys out over he course of a couple evenings about a week ago. Thanks for looking.
With (in need of a touch up) Sir Forscale:
Another one finished for my Lost World Project.
This is an older sculpt from Grenadier.
I used a little water effect on the base to make it appear more swamplike.
And I clipped off some plastic aquarium plant pieces to paint as jungle plants.
Added a tiny piece of driftwood from the garden centre.
Hope you like it.
Feel free to comment.
A little while ago I purchased Hasslefree's "Fairies Wear Boots" piece.
The Gothic Punk like Fairy stomps on candy.
Now I kept thinking that it would be fun to have her chasing little Imps and stomp those into the ground.
So I got me some little familairs and stuff from Reaper.
Then Malefacus ( Al) send me a wonderful Mushroom he sculpted.
To top things off, Knarthex ( George) send me some stuff including a nice oval wooden plinth.
Thinking about it all, I realised I now have the ingredients to start on this piece.
The Idea is the Fairy chases Imps and Stomps a few into the ground. Maybe she swallowed a growth potion or something.
Now she can finally have her revenge on those pesky Imps!
The Mushroom watches the whole scene in horror.
I will not use all these Imps/Demons, but I will take my pick which will suit the scene best.
To complement the large Shroom, I will include some smaller resin mushrooms.
Painting will follow later, but here are the ingredients:
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