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In the thread "Metal Minis We Would Like to See" I posted about getting a triple figure pack for all possible uses with your adventurer. Figured I'd post an image of one I used back in the late 70s when I played Chivalry & Sorcery. The mounted and foot figures are Ral Partha and the dead one (luckily never had to use him) was an Orc casualty figure (manufacturer unknown) modified by using an extra RP knight. And yes, I do know how to spell complete; I'm referencing one of my favorite books, The Compleat Enchanter by L. Spague deCamp and Fletcher Pratt. Check it out for a very fun read!
This is a repaint of a mini I first painted in the 80s. If I recall the bottom says 1983 Ral Partha. I do not know the figure ID or sculpter, but the folds on her cloak were gorgeous - they pained themselves.
I did the repaint as I have a character who is a teenager - and could not find an appropriate modern mini. I've never repainted something from my youth, I am generally to nostalgic. The before is the pale skinned one.
Another deep dive into the abyss...
This infernal figure was torture to pin and glue, and the storage of it is devilishly tricky because of the super bendy spear.
I really wish that minis produced with pole arms / spears would use a bit of stiff wire overmolded with the pole arm / spear casting.
I have had to adjust this spear so many times. I must have done something really evil in my last life...
I ain't even gonna try to feed this beastie lemongrass...
Known for its deathgaze and horrific flatulence, it was universally feared by adventurers.
But, if some brave adventurers would gather milk, the local creameries would produce Death cheese.
I was surfing through some posts and saw the catoplebas mentioned, so I thought that someone might enjoy seeing one.
Today's weird mini IWM-DF-538 Sea Serpent.
Cool yet weird mini. It could take down a row boat, or a small sail boat, but it is not of a scale to crush a full sized pirate ship. The whole 4 piece thing is cool, but it is easier to lose a piece that way.
This mini was super fun to paint.
It was swimming outside my window this morning...
Does anyone know who sculpted It?
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