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By Lidless Eye
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.
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:
Catching up on my backlog for the May RPChallenge photos.... No, you don't need to remind me that it's already Mid-June, thank-you-very-much.
Not sure when it happened, but the picture in the online store shows a different weapon for his little guy.After painting him, I can see why they may have had to re-mold him. The staff he is carrying g in my Kickstarter version is made from very soft Bonesium, and I am worried that normal handling may rip that arm out of the socket where it is jones to the main body. I may need to find a way to reinforce it. But, it's a shame since the staff is SO CUTE!
After donning his "disguise"...
So, what's a tree frog doing on a sandy beach with puffer fish and sea stars, you ask?
"What? You never had to relocate to get a job?"
Well, I've not been as active a painter as I would have liked, but I've managed to get two pieces done in March. The first, Grimm Grayrune, dwarf priest. I love this sculpt, it is so perfect for the subject. I removed his broccoli base, and mounted him on a Secret Weapons resin base which had some mystical runes carved in it. Seemed appropriate. I am not satisfied with the OSL effect I was going for from the runes, making them look to be glowing, but I am not displeased either. I really am happy with how the rest came out, though I still need to work more on my blending.
And then there is this Stonehaven Grippli archer. Wow is he small. I had a lot of fun with this guy, but he's not the easiest thing to paint by any stretch. Still, I had almost as much fun making his tree.
As always comments and constructive criticism eagerly accepted.
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