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RAFM Hartha the Death Machine, Orc War Triceratops, by Glitterwolf


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Nice!!   I really like the color scheme, and I am very impressed by the detail in painting the eyes.

 

I have that model and I loved painting it.  I used it in tabletop wargames and left the howdah empty for heroes to ride.  Looking at your model it occurs to me that Hartha would look good in the Dinosaur Races for D&D campaign. 

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15 minutes ago, Darsc Zacal said:

Ooo! Very nice!

I'm a fan of the old minis too and don't see enough newly painted versions of the big ones.

Greatstuff keep 'em coming.

 

Thank you!

For my Lost world Project I have both new and vintage minis.

I already painted a Ral Partha T-Rex and a Schwarzes Auge DSA T-Rex.

There will be more!!!

 

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6 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

I remember seeing adds for that in the back of old dragon magazines.  wonderful job and an old wonderful figure. 

 

Thx for commenting!

Glad you like it!

 

I got this a few years ago on the bay of evil, still shrinkwrapped in it's box for 30euros..couldn't resist.

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I picked up a couple of those old RAFM kits at my FLGS a couple years ago for surprisingly cheap when I found them covered with dust looking lonely and forgotten on a high shelf, I am 90% sure this was one of them.  Also there was a cool dragon and a skeleton war wagon of some sort.  Did you have much trouble assembling this thing? 

 

It looks awesome...  Great job!

 

Kang

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