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FTG10 - Two Drunken Goblins, Vintage Citadel miniatures

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Very nice work.

 

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

 

Interestingly, I just pulled this piece out of one of my many, many boxes full of recycled vintage minis.  Soaking in Simple Green as I type this.

 

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Wow! Those are very nicely painted. Really a great job on these!

 

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

But whatever they're called, yours are the nicest painted set I've seen.

 

Gnolls? Really? :blink:

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Wow! Those are very nicely painted. Really a great job on these!

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

But whatever they're called, yours are the nicest painted set I've seen.

 

Gnolls? Really? :blink:

Yep.

Hmm. I can't get the link to work but if you go to Collecting Citadel Miniatures .com you can find the article and photos. ::):

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Fantastic work on them!

 

 

Very nice work.

 

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

 

Interestingly, I just pulled this piece out of one of my many, many boxes full of recycled vintage minis.  Soaking in Simple Green as I type this.

 

The Egg

 

 

Amazing job!

 

Thanks Guys!

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Wow! Those are very nicely painted. Really a great job on these!

 

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

But whatever they're called, yours are the nicest painted set I've seen.

 

Gnolls? Really? :blink:

 

 

 

 

 

Wow! Those are very nicely painted. Really a great job on these!

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

But whatever they're called, yours are the nicest painted set I've seen.

Gnolls? Really? :blink:

Yep.

Hmm. I can't get the link to work but if you go to Collecting Citadel Miniatures .com you can find the article and photos. ::):

 

 

Thanks!

 

It's true, Citadel renamed the FTG range from Gnolls to Goblins in 1982 & eventually integrated them into their Goblins range. I acquired them around then so they've always been Goblins to me - they are a bit small for Gnolls anyway. :poke:

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Me wants some drunk gobbos too!

 

Seriously though, those must be very small. It makes the paintjob even more impressive

 

Thanks!

 

They're 25mm at the tallest point.

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Wow! Those are very nicely painted. Really a great job on these!

 

I have them myself, still unpainted after more than 30 years of course, back then they were called gnolls.

But whatever they're called, yours are the nicest painted set I've seen.

 

Gnolls? Really? :blink:

 

 

 

 

 

Gnolls? Really? :blink:
Yep.

Hmm. I can't get the link to work but if you go to Collecting Citadel Miniatures .com you can find the article and photos. ::):

 

 

Thanks!

 

It's true, Citadel renamed the FTG range from Gnolls to Goblins in 1982 & eventually integrated them into their Goblins range. I acquired them around then so they've always been Goblins to me - they are a bit small for Gnolls anyway. :poke:

 

 

Link: http://www.collecting-citadel-miniatures.com/wiki/index.php/Gnolls_/_Goblins_-_FTG_Fantasy_Tribe_%28solid_base%29

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