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some love, some hate. I can live with that. I'll have fun painting it :wow:

 

I will share more pics when i get home from work, maybe with a bit of a historic summary of the lengthy and sometimes painfull sculpting process.

The size of her was quite the challenge - at least 3x bigger than anything Id ever made.

Sign me up on the love side of things. I am glad I added one to my list already :)

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some love, some hate. I can live with that. I'll have fun painting it :wow:

 

I will share more pics when i get home from work, maybe with a bit of a historic summary of the lengthy and sometimes painfull sculpting process.

The size of her was quite the challenge - at least 3x bigger than anything Id ever made.

I love it! Although I may revise that opinion when I'm 20 hours into painting it... ::P:
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On the fence when it comes to the froggy. I like it but I'm mostly seeing a large lumpy mass right now. Maybe it'll grow on me as the pledge manager ticks away.

 

I think my opinion may change drastically whenever a painted image comes up.

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I have posted some pics of the froghemoth I took before sending it off in the show off sub-forum (including a size comparison with cinder). when I have a quiet moment tonight I will post some WIP stuff, which may contain some interesting/ surprising info.

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I have posted some pics of the froghemoth I took before sending it off in the show off sub-forum (including a size comparison with cinder). when I have a quiet moment tonight I will post some WIP stuff, which may contain some interesting/ surprising info.

FROGHEMOTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :wub: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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While I like getting more mini for my money, that Reaper lets artist go this far off the... Concept just cements my decision to wait as long as possible to lock in. Honestly, I like the Toadhemoth over the concept, but such a change could be a dealbreaker to others.

 

Like how if the sculptor takes away the leonine aspect from the Solar's face. I'd applaud the removal of teh "furry", but others would be miffed seeing it more of a Lion of Judah sort of thing.

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That frogemoth is HUMONGOUS! I mean, yes we saw the concept art, but seeing it next to Sir Forscale really gives a new sense of perspective.

 

My pledge is also becoming humongous because of it and other stuff.

Yeah, I didn't realize he was gonna be so big...  I like it!!

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I like the Froghemoth, but I agree it is different from the concept art (Which I really liked). I have one ordered already, but will probably add a second one. I like the size and sculpt but like the pose in the art more. But to be clear, I think its pretty awesome either way.

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I think when I think frogemoth, the AD&D Monster manual 2 pic springs up as that is the version that I grew up. Granted I never fought one as a player nor threw one at my players as a GM. I just remember that pic in the book. Also my thought was "yup that is goofy looking" & this was a general consensus amongst my gamer friends.

 

Again, I'm sure it'll grow on me as the KS winds it way down + the price point is something that can't be overlooked either. Heck I've added a couple things or will, that I wasn't going to get during when the KS was active due to price.

 

Added in 3 more goodies to my pledge over the weekend.

 

Dwarf king & Co (why I didn't add this in on my initial pledge I have no idea)

Goremaw (again see above...)

& space mouselings

 

Now that I think about it all 3 of those were must pledge/buy items...hmmm I may have to re-think my thought processes during KSes. :lol:

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