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Since I need a new wizard and apprentice for Frostgrave, I decided to tackle these two young elementalists this weekend. Not sure I'll use them, but they're simple enough to paint up. 

 

My inspiration pic for the elementalists.

 

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Still a lot of work to do, detail-wise, but not bad so far. Sticking pretty close to their movie colors. And yes, that's a converted Drago Voss. I really hated the burlap sack head he had, so I replaced it with a GW skull. It's a little bigger than I'd like, but I think he'll fit right in with the Barrow Wardens anyway. 

 

I'll take better pictures later. For now, crappy cellphone pics at night. 

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I've really like what you've done with those so far!  And I like the Drago Voss conversion; I agree he will be a good match for the Barrow Wardens. 

 

 

If you use these for your new wizard team it sure will be a big change of pace from playing an evil necromancer!

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Do you want to killer a snowman?

FIFY, and yes! What do you think my golem/demon will be! :devil:

 

The oversized skull makes it look like he's wearing a stylized helmet.

That's... an idea, actually. Hmmm...

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