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It's a pity they don’t make actual figures. There are some really nice designs. Great job on the painting . I like the turquoise/lapis lazuli.

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10 hours ago, Lostraven said:

It's a pity they don’t make actual figures. There are some really nice designs. Great job on the painting . I like the turquoise/lapis lazuli.

 

Thank you so much!

And they DO make actual figures, I have a whole Lizard Army from their last KS.

They have a webstore physical minis are now Orcs, Lizardmen and Chaos Dwarfs.

 

Last time they went full STL in their KS ( backed that one as well) and it seems they're going that way.

I like their minis, good detail, resin so a bit fragile.

 

The Tlemiahuatl I painted recently was a physical model from that Lizardmen Army.

 

https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/91728-tlemiahuatl-fire-salamander-by-glitterwolf/

 

 

10 hours ago, Thoramel said:

Very nice. I quite like this model and your paint job.

 

Thank you!

Glad you like it!

 

8 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Excellent!  Does this count as a Wolf?!? 

 

Thank you!

 

WOOF welcomes all canines and for that matter all animals clad in fur.

( Even cats as long as they're willing to spy on M.E.O.W.)

 

 

5 hours ago, Coydt said:

Fantastic, great color choices! 

 

Thank you!

The Egyptian Vibe just screams for gold, greens and blues, I hoped the purple skin would be a good addition, happy it worked out.

 

5 hours ago, Evilhalfling said:

very nice! 

 

Thanks!

I appreciate it!

 

4 hours ago, Corsair said:

Excellent job!

 

Thank you!

I really had loads of fun painting it.

Printing went well, assembly a little more difficult since he had to stand on those ankles, used a little putty along with the superglue.

 

1 hour ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Definitely a lovely looking howl of doom one you've got there! 

 

Thanks!

The STL file also has the option of equipping him with two Kopesh swords, or one fist and a Kopesh.

I can see myself printing another version in the future to create a unit.

 

That having said, I also have some other Anubi models and files waiting for paint.

And the whole Jackal force from Desert of the Dead KS will arrive soon...

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This is really next-level! Excellent work, especially on the verdigris and that double-ax. I think this is one of the best of the Egyptian-themed minis so far.

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16 hours ago, Rigel said:

This is really next-level! Excellent work, especially on the verdigris and that double-ax. I think this is one of the best of the Egyptian-themed minis so far.

 

High praise!

Thank you!

More to come soon..

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