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Sapolings (77495) as 1/72 fantasy figures

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So, I finished off the elf lady to boss the two saprolings at lunch yesterday, and the red witch today.  I don’t do much greenstuff work; her broom is especially rustic...

 

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The saprolings look more impressive when upscaled; maybe 9 feet in comparison to the 1/72 figures...

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7 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Where is the elf lady from Rob?


Oops! That’s what happens when I do this too late at night. I mentioned Caesar in the tags, but not in the text. Both are from the first couple of Caesar Miniatures fantasy sets, the elf lady from Elves and the human from Adventurers. Pictures of the early range here at the Plastic Soldier Review:

 

http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/ShowFeature.aspx?id=39

 

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Love the saprolings, and you're right--they have a great hulking posture, and comparing them with the smaller minis really emphasizes that. 

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