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STL File from Artisan Guild, printed on my Elegoo Mars.
Part of my Lost World Project:
WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69308-army-of-the-lost-world-xherman1964-paints-coldblooded-creatures/
Part of a set her mounted sister has her own show off:
Printed this Amazon Fighter from Artisan Guild.
You can get her as a free sample from Yeggie..
She's part of my Lost World Project.
This is a Games workshop Mumak miniature that I bought used here awhile back. It was missing a lot of parts so I did some custom work. Here is the work in progress thread.
I interned to get some archers to ride in it in the future but these Uruk will work for the pictures.
Some 28mm horsemen to help give a sense of size. This is now probably my largest miniature, barely.
Thanks for looking!
Drums! Tribal drums from the heart of the deepest jungles. The Goblins wage war. They spider heards will consume everything on its past and, when there's nothing left, they will leave the trees behind to invade the lands of men. Their Chief, riding the giant eight legged spider steed Sleipnir, is ready to lead them to victory.
Here I wanted to try a particularly colorful palette to tap into the jungle theme. Maybe in that note it lacks a bit of green... first time I use this colored liquen. Maybe is too much?
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By Gary Pryor
2nd attempt at creating a steam-punk elephant-women mad-scientist, representing a PC in a game I am running. Since such a model does not exist I made one.
It consists of the following parts:
The base model I had printed through HeroForge I pinched the cables and coils from a warmachines model I found on ebay. Finished it off with some lightning I had laying around from the previous attempt (I think it was creating action figure dioramas, but I have thrown out the packaging long ago). Nothing on the model is Reaper, but I painted it with Reaper Paints.
I had a lot of fun trying out all kinds of configurations with poster tack until settling on this combination for the rigging. The only thing it is missing is her faction symbol on the shield, but I wasn't sure how to make a stencil small enough. If any has any technique for adding coat of arms to a models, outside of trying to free hand it, I would to hear it. Here are a few pictures. The other model is for scale, and is just what I had handy.
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