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With the Kingdom Death range seemingly moving towards 3D printed minis for their non-game stuff, I reluctantly picked up a pair (My only previous experience with a 3D printed mini being a very anime-styled witch I got from Ebay. I opened the package, looked at the tiny mini encased in a giant mass of web-like filaments, had a flashback to trying to clean Forgeworld resin minis (The triangles! To this day they haunt me still!) and shoved her straight back on Ebay.):-
(Astri the Promised is the big one, the other is Badar the Venomous).
Fortunately, these ones were nowhere near as bad!
They'd already been given a pretty good tidy up, so all I had to do was remove any remaining nubs and give them a good scrub with a wet toothbrush.
Hopefully they'll be dry by tomorrow, so they can be assembled and undercoated.
Topplethrax the Mysterious
With a Ral Partha goblin for scale. Also the grid lines are 1 inch squares.
Here is a second shot with him leaning on my pet rock. I named him Topplethrax because he topples forward without weight on the tail or something to lean him back just a bit.
There are markings underneath one foot. Either:
T g h
© 8 5
4 5 L
G 8 5
(If it is a G, it is a G in a circle, like the copyright symbol.)
Presenting the Sniper, part of the Echoes of Death Vol. 3 set by Kingdom Death, looking snazzy in her Sunstalker outfit.
Another one where I had trouble coming up with a colour scheme, but I think she looks okay, just rather colourful!
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
By Grand Slam
Definitely one of my favorite inclusions in the Ravenloft board game. Originally, I thought the paint job would be entirely a bone color. After I started prepping him, however, it became clear that there was just as much rotting flesh as there was visible bone. Makes sense, considering the artwork in the monster manual. A quick Google image search shows that people approach this model's paint job in a variety of cool ways. This combines my favorite elements from what I've seen, plus my own spin on the way I like to paint undead/zombie-types.