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Starting to catch up with pictures, again. First up are a couple old Grenadier baddies I painted just to use up some paint/knock stuff out of the way.

 

The Lizzard Man 1 is from the 2010 Horrors of the Marsh set in the Dragon Lords line, sculpted I've read by John Dennett. I think he's actually a pretty cool sculpt. Different, anyway. I got him from a lot on Ebay; actually rather wish I had the other two Lizzard Men in the set, too. But, anyway. I didn't do a lot with him, just kept it simple.

 

The Yeti is from the 5002 Monsters set . . . and kind of a poor sculpt. The legs and feet, especially, were completely different sizes. He became a victim of my trying out some off-brand "matte" sealer; the shininess is obviously deplorable. Eh.

 

As always, photo problems. Though I found for whatever reason I got better photos if I shot partly off the white paper background. No clue why, but yeah. So started doing that.

 

 

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Thanks for looking! If you have input, I'm totally open to it, though these were pretty basic phone-it-ins, even for me.

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Vintage Grenadier minis...Bonus points for that.

 

I like the lizzy.. The Yeti suffers from the shine and the poor sculpt.

But still a classic so it deserves some credit.

 

Like to see more of these.

I got lots of Grenadier stuff myself, they are still great minis.

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