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A good friend gave me this out-of-production Tomb King for my birthday last month; it is a fabulously detailed sculpt, with vulture motifs and fancy collars and greaves. My Google-fu is weak, so I don't know its exact designation beyond "Tomb King on foot," but you might know better!
I decided to give him a monogrammed cartouche on his tattered robe; I had looked up Neferkasokar for a Call of Cthulhu game previously.
I wasn't sure what to make of the tattered stitched-together sheets on his kilt and shield, so I decided they would be papyri with apotropaic ensorcellments and spells.
And while I was on the subject, I gave a touch-up to some of the other mummies and ushabtis I'd previously painted.
EOE Orbis Presents a Harlequin Miniatures Production
A snippet from The History Of Ozwack Dwarfkiller Please help us Launch our 4th Kickstarter - Perfect Goblins by Masters in the craft of Figure Design: Kev Adams and Kev White. The detail and animation in these miniatures are truly astounding.
Goblins II is a wide selection of beautifully sculpted very characterful Fantasy Characters. Suitable for Role-Players, Painters, Collectors, and anyone that enjoys classic Miniatures. Miniatures are cast in fine pewter and supplied unpainted. They are being remoulded to cast in lead-free pewter by the skillful (ish) hands of John Olsen and his crew of slightly abused staff.
Curly's Goblin Skirmishers Oh, What a Nightling! Lesser is More!
By Bane Of Humanity
this is a single set containing a small warband of 9 goblins 5 armored two non armored and 1 warlock
The plan for these is to make Ice goblins. Going for a blue skin tone and frosted bases.
All of the Armored goblins save for one require assembly. I was pleasantly surprise how easy they came off the sprues. Didnt need cutters. Though you will need to scrape a bit off the tab points but all in all they go together very easily.
This bad boy is one piece.
With my Cadian army nearly finished and my wife's army at a playable state I decided to take a break from 40k painting. Since I've been painting for our actual armies for so long I decided to start a new WIP thread rather than use my old random projects thread (the "Too Many Projects" thread will be replaced by this one).
But before getting too far ahead I'd like to show everyone just how bad my box got while painting for 40k and killteam. This of course doesn't include any GW boxes I may or may not have on hand to paint "just for fun". I swear I'll paint those Skaven sooner or later.
Though some of the figures were closer to completion, I simply couldn't resist painting one I've had my eye on for months (I mean this quite literally as the figure sat on my lamp's base since I first got it and probably ended up in the background of many of my progress shots). When I first pulled this from a box of goodwill I knew exactly what I wanted to do. This figure just screamed Don Quixote, at least to me it did. So that's exactly how I painted it and though it may just be a simple paint job I'm already thinking about creating a new character just to use it.
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