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Artisan Guild Gryphkin Infiltrators printed on my Elegoo Mars.
Torii gate and lamps from Zenith/Kensei.
These are Tengu in my Asian themed project, Nippon, Land of the Rising Moon.
If you need to take care of a "difficult" target, bring out The Three!
Two brothers and a sister, specialized in stealth attacks.
Blade, bow or magic, whatever it takes, they will succeed!
"Aw, shucks, pardner. You know Ol’ Scratch already. Closer to you than your own skin, and always ready to strike a bargain. Just wait at a lonesome crossroads at midnight if'n you need riches, skills, or vengeance. Scratch got all three in spades. You’ll know them by their smile and by the way their boots don’t fit quite right. Only takes one kind of currency—but you probably wasn’t using it anyhow, was you?"
"There's a little black train a-comin; Best get your business right / For that dark train's a-comin' on, And it may be here tonight"
A Stranger Comes to Town
You don't have a horse? She'll get you one. You don't have money? She'll get you some.
Her shadow is cast wherever she stands, stacks of green paper in her red right hand.
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Took me a while, but I finally got Western Sophie and her crossroads signpost painted up. Added a couple of signs from other sprues. She's a beautiful sculpt.
While we're on the topic of the Weird West, here's Agent Sam of the Treasury Bureau. A grab-bag WotC aaracokra mini that used to be dull bland white with brown armor; I gave him a bit of pizzazz and a nice hat.
My Weird West games are warlock-patron intensive, and this fellow definitely serves the Spirit of the Age. Wings, talons, and authorization from the Treasury bureau is a formidable combination.
Guest appearance by the skeletal WWWizard of Oz scarecrow, 80059:
"...Oh, that dark train's a-comin' on; Prepare to take a ride."
By Dan S
This is my first time posting on here. I recently returned to the hobby following a 10 year hiatus, and this is the fourth miniature I have painted since returning. I'd really love some feedback or constructive criticism as I seek to improve.
The miniature is 'Lars Ragnarson, Viking', the base was scratch build using plaster of paris and sculptamold and the eagle is from Reapers 'Wizards Familiars pack VIII'. I wanted to give a snowy mountain peak feel.
So here's three more, just quick drybrushes but I think they are good enough for my dnd table. Hope you like them too!
First one is an umberhulk:
The second one is also an umberhulk I guess (painted by my sister):
The last one is a gorgon, simplest paintjob but effective I'd say:
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