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Ral Partha AD&D Monsters Part 4 (lots of pics)

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I have those gibberlings and they don't look nearly so nice as yours. They don't count as finished yet so I may get around to making them nicer soon. I also have the Normal furniture versions of those mimics that That ral partha made.

 

Really liking this look at the old stuff, and am amazed at how well they were painted. especially after I saw some of the old school painting guides and tips in the old Dragon magazine, and just how not amazing the paint jobs in those tended to look.

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Those are great! Makes me want to paint up some of the oldies we own.

Do IT!!!!

 

Just post pics!

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So nice to see these!

 

I love them all, especially the mushromms on the shambling mound, the Yugoloth ( never heard of it before),.and the naga

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Excellent paintwork and great to see such vibrant colours.

Top notch work on some wonderful old school minis. Thanks for sharing and please do share more as you complete them!

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