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I like this figure for a pony centaur.

 

This is sweetly painted.

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Very nice.

 

She is smaller than you thought? What size base did you end up using? The bone centaurs fit nicely on a 2" base.

 

A 1" / 25mm base. She felt too small to warrant a full 2" base, especially since she's actually shorter than a lot of human-sized Reaper sculpts. I suspect that she was sized as a standing human height, and the pony half scaled to match, rather than a full-on horse with a human torso replacing the head.

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The zodiac figures are a good set if you want a more petite centaur or mermaid than the standard figures.

 

Fans of "Omaha the Cat Dancer" may want to have a look at the Leo figure.

 

The belly dancing cow is pretty awesome.

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Very nice.

 

She is smaller than you thought? What size base did you end up using? The bone centaurs fit nicely on a 2" base.

 

A 1" / 25mm base. She felt too small to warrant a full 2" base, especially since she's actually shorter than a lot of human-sized Reaper sculpts. I suspect that she was sized as a standing human height, and the pony half scaled to match, rather than a full-on horse with a human torso replacing the head.

 

 

Thanks for the info. I may have to pick her up. I have a centaur character in a Pathfinder game that has a ring of reduce person to fit through narrow hallways in dungeons. Plus yours is cute, so now I want to paint her.

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 All of the Zodiac minis are scaled to "medium" size and all fit on the same size base - they each come with a curved base (1/12th of a ring) that has their astrological symbol on it.

 

 The bases are designed to fit together in a circle to form the Zodiac.

 

(There was apparently a plan to design a piece for the middle of the circle, but that never ended up happening.)

 

I have the full set, and all of them are pretty cool.

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I keep forgetting to mention, I love the added bowstring.

 

Haha, I string all my bows. Even if it's a bit awkwardly shaped or scaled, just getting the silhouette right I think makes it look so much better. It's not too hard with some quick set superglue and some thread (or hair, if you want finer strands).

 

 

I really like the similar (or same?) color you used for the skin as well as horse body, very nicely done!

 

Thanks! The idea came from a centaur painting I saw by an artist named Nei Ruffino, whom I met on a different forum.

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