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    • By Lidless Eye
      Seemingly unrelated to each other, but I swear all these minis were drying from the sealer by 11:23pm on 12/31/2020.

      Here are....Lidless Eye's Last Minis of 2020!

      A Winter Wizard from Reaper Miniatures oh wait it's Santa, isn't it?
       

       
       
      To back him up, some friendly Reindeer to back him up.

      Wait, I'm being informed they're actually Grashrak's Despoilers from Warhammer: Underworlds


       
       

       

       
       

       

       
       

       
       

       
      The last bit of their native habitat, a fallen tree (3D print from The Lost Adventures)


       
      A creepy Scarecrow Puppet familiar from Reaper Miniatures.


      Arik Axereaver, Barbarian, acquired as a bonus along with the Father Christmas.  His head seems to reflect everything in the lightbox.



      And doing what we all should from the last year, the Fleeing Halfling from Warploque Miniatures.  He must know Johann.


    • By Lidless Eye
      Slightly delayed to finish, and even more delayed to post to the forums, are my usual themed miniatures from November: Dwarves!

      Beardy folk seem most appropriate for No-Shave November.

      Redcaps pretending to be Dwarves from Massive Darkness



      A Duergar Trapper from Stonehaven Miniatures



      The Dwarf King from the small release "The Dwarf King's Court, Revisited" by Colin Dixon Miniatures



      A Warhammer Dwarf Miner where I think I remembered how flames work:


       
      This was going to be my PC for Rise of the Runelords, but the game ended before I ever painted him.  Grimlok Rockholmes, the World's 2nd Greatest Dwarf Detective.  
      SKU: 50319: OLAV GUNDERSON, DWARF GAMBLER



      The only beardless member, SKU 77413: Margara, Dwarf Shaman




      SKU 77572: Dwarf Master of the Hunt.  Jason Wiebe always manages to hide fun details: I hadn't realized his jacket was a dragonskin and not just armor plates until I was almost done and wound up painting it to match.



      Another Pathfinder Iconic that took way too long, SKU 89020 Harsk, Iconic Dwarf Ranger



    • By Chris Palmer
      Back when the Bones 4 Kickstarter was running, when the Giant Rhinoceros Beetle was revealed in the Fan Favorites set, someone posted this photo of a Frog riding a Beetle to the Enthusiasm Thread, and I knew it was a conversion I would eventually want to try.  I have an extensive Frog Army, and I wanted such a figure to be a Leader or Hero for my forces. 

       
      I had the pieces I needed at hand; the Bones Black "Giant Rhinoceros Beetle", and my rider - for which i  had decided to use the Bones "Mudcroak" Squog figure.
       


       
      As I looked at Mudcroak, I knew I would have to separate him from his base, but I knew there was no way I could remove all those little toes from the base without damaging them.  So, right off the bat I made the decision to just remove his feet along with the base, with the plan that I would then resculpted them with greenstuff directly onto the beetle's back once I had the frog glued in place.
       
      Here's a test fit, with the frog held in place with blue-tac.
       
      That's all for right now.

    • By Lidless Eye
      Just a random collection of recently painted 3D prints.  All of these are from a slightly modified Creality Ender-3

      A Longship from EC3D: The Wilds of Wintertide




      The Draken Airship, from Lovecraft Designs




      Oh, well!  Also from Lovecraft Designs




      The Ferisia Mage Tower:


    • By Lidless Eye
      I know I messed up the timing this year, and worked on Deadcember instead of Orctober.   I wasn't feeling super-motivated by the small amount of unpainted Orcs I had, but from my Frostgrave II: Arcanic Boogaloo order had a ton of the living dead.  And one never has enough Zombies.

      However, it means there's plenty of spookybois to be shown off!

      The Draugr, mostly converted from the Fireforge Living Dead Peasants and Frostgrave Barbarians with some Warhammer bits.


       

       

       
       

       
       

       

       
       



      The Knockers, again Fireforge Living Dead Peasants with Warhammer Dwarf Miners hats and bits from Mantic and Mage Knight.
      I think I should go back and add big rucksacks...and redo the flames to be the correct order.




      Just plain Fireforge Living Dead Peasants, with the exception of a Frostgrave Cultist head for the Executioner.


       



       



       
       

       



      The Old Vet, a 3D print from Retro Quest



      Undead Pirates from EC3D "Depths of Savage Atoll"



      Former Imperials, converted from Warhammer Empire, Mantic Undead, and Frostgrave Cultists (Undead bits)




      Mostly Mantic.  Beware the spine whip!


       
       
       


      And lastly, when your Necromancer runs out of skulls, the Creeping Claws!  3D prints from Crippled God Foundry


       
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