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Makers of Humblewood 5e Setting & other rpg products. I'm gonna back, just not sure which one. Most likely the pdf & choice of card deck, but what card deck is the question. I'll probably add on a couple things as well. I'd love the deluxe box set but that is over my budget for a non-Reaper KS.
Weird mini of the moment...
This one is some real heavy metal!
It just looks like a pile of intestines with a couple of mouths. Should have given them a dark green grayish wash to tone down the Pepto look.
Matthias the Twisted was insanely fun to paint, he's definitely one of my favorite undead models, and one of Bobby Jackson's more eerie characters.
Despite it being the bane to Castlevania fans everywhere, i took inspiration for the hunter from Simon off of the cover of the Castlevania 2 box art. What a game haha. Sorry for the pictures being a bit blurry, but C&C is surely appreciated.
A free mini of the month and some clowns and acrobats from Brigade Games should just about round out my Bradbury & Barton's Magic Circus project. First up, Bonzo the Killer Klown (50245)! This clown comes with several options: a kindly head, a terrifying head, a bicycle horn, and a giant cleaver. Since I already have a clown of kindly aspect (Zonkers, 50247), I went with the monstrous face and the plausible-deniability honk-horn.
Look, we all know this is a murder-clown feeding on the terror of children, and that hankie is definitely attached to several yards of colorful but chloroformed rags. The cleaver is just gilding the lily. (plus, a lot more useful for future kitbashes than the bicycle horn, which is highly situational at best.)
Next up, Happy the Clown, from Brigade Games' 'Barnwell's Circus' line! This is a friendly clown. Added some pin balloons to complete his ensemble. Never take anything a clown offers from its pants. This is a lesson most of us know instinctively, and others learn only once.
Also from Brigade Games Barnwell's, here is the Tall Man! This one was fun to paint. I lost count around the sleeves, but I'm pretty sure the jacket has a pulp-era-appropriate 48 stars. The pant stripes look more uneven than they are due to the wrinkled trousers. What better place than the Saturnalian anarchy of the carnival to depict Uncle Sam as a world-bestriding clown?
And lastly, again from Brigade but this time from the Cheshire Circus, the harlequin contortionist! Forgive the paint job; I'll probably repaint her in a year or two with thinner paints and crisper lines. The ball is my own addition, but it seemed to fit.
All the clowns, including Zonkers and Cosmo:
And the whole Circus, all of whom have been posted before under the "circus" tag at one point or another:
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