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Lidless Eye Hobbies in Frostgrave: The Specialists

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As usual, in the last painting binge, I wound up with a few pieces who didn't group with the others.  They're all intended for Frostgrave, but they're more random Soldiers and encounters than anything else.

 

Some group shots:

 

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The Barbarian Chief from the recent Gnickstarter:

 

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The Trap Expert and Tunnel Fighter from the same source:

 

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Some random terrain or Treasure Tokens made from old Warhammer standards:

 

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A Bard (Reaper Miniatures)

 

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A rather sinister Apothecary, who started life as a Plague Doctor from Reaper's "Pathfinder" line:

 

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A bandit test mini, made from the Frostgrave Cultists and Warlord Celts:

 

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A Wolf/Dog (Frostgrave official again)

 

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An Imp, via Mantic:

 

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A group of Harad Abrakhan Guard from the GW LotR line, who are intended as heavies for an Arabian Nights themed warband:

 

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Good stuff!!

 

Those first 5; the undead fellows--they look like kit bashes from several different manufacturers, yes?

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Good stuff!!

 

Those first 5; the undead fellows--they look like kit bashes from several different manufacturers, yes?

 

Yes, they're experiments with the Undead conversion parts that come on the Frostgrave Cultist sprue.

 

#1 and #3 are with the older Empire kit (though I believe the breastplate is actually an old High Elf), and #2 and #4 are Fireforge Templars.

 

They also work great with Imperial Guard.  The arms work well with the older Warhammer Goblins and Dwarves too, but they'd need different heads.

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