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And here are some of my other works keeping in the spooky theme.
Since he was metal and not Bones, Rotpatch went here.
@MattParody was nice enough to include this Radukar the Wolf in our last trade box. Who doesn't love giant Cossack Vikings?
a Death Tyrant from Nolzur's
Some Spiders from Wargames Atlantic, also the most likely to hit a table soon for RoSD
5th Edition enters the Plane of Shadow!
A realm just beyond the mortal world—seize magical power, play new heroes, and bring the secrets of the shadows into the light!
The Plane of Shadow exists beside the mortal world, one step beyond the veil—and your heroes can enter this otherworldly realm of fey shadows, undead horrors, and wild adventure!
The Book of Ebon Tides provides a complete guide to the people, places, heroes, magic, and monsters of the Plane of Shadow, a land where fey magic, illusion, and trickery are as potent as steel.
From shadow goblins to ghouls, from elves to bearfolk, this is a world of mystery and enchantment. On the muddy black riverbanks and along alleys paved with bone, new heroes wander in the light of the moon, summon lunar devils, and battle in crumbling castles.
Come explore a shadow world next door to every other, just one step down the shadow road. . . .
This is Miguel Zavala's redesigned Umber Hulk, printed on my Mars Pro and painted with Vallejo acrylics.
It's a monster I haven't used much, if at all, in my own campaign, but my favourite character of old, Sir Fnord the Pretty Neat died of them twice, both times by having his head ripped clean off.
5th Edition enters the Plane of Shadows!
A realm just beyond the mortal world--seize magical power, play new heroes & bring the secrets of the shadows into the light!
Coming Soon - Click to learn More!!
Presenting the Frost Giant Heroine from Reaper.
Not my best work, I'm still not great at getting all the mold-lines off these PVC minis, plus I was painting her to help work through some issues I was having so she's a bit on the rough and basic side.
Was still a lot of fun to paint up though, I'll have to get the other one done now.
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
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