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AHAHA Brendan Fraser sounds funny when he yells......
OK so onto topic i am working on the idea of turning my winter themed wood elves into more wintery awesomeness.
for the dryads i am making them into small ice elementals basically cliping off branches to the main frame and GSing some ice spikes and such.
i got them figured out what i dont know how i should go about doing is making yetis for treekin, i havent tried to hard to find any models other than checking for something on the GW site to go from. so suggestions about whatever maybe some links to yeti like models
also for my treeman im thinking something like an icegiant or big elemental right now i has my eyes set on using the Ultra forge Treewoman with alternate arms and GSing it into an icey lady.
thanks for any input.
Ok, here is a bunch of Yeti-like minis:
- from Privateer Press:Winter Troll
- from Dark Age Games: Dragyri Ice Elemental, comes in semi-transparent resin cast or standard cast
- from Copplestone Castings: Yetis, I am not sure about the scale...
- from Pulp Figures: Giant Hairy Hominid
- from Reaper: Yeti, this is one of my favourites
- from Games Workshop: Yethee
- from Crocodile Games: Wendigo range, the Chieftain is amazing, and has an half-civilized look which could go along nicely with the Wood Elves range... the Hunters can be used for treekin maybe.
Hope this helps! Good luck with your army and post some pics as soon as possible.
Thanks for the awesome list to choose from Quimby
i didnt know GW had a "yeti" model till a few days after my post when my friend asked if i would be using them, for now i think i will but i may consider these others.
how big is that yeti scott?
Without the base, it's 30mm to the eyes (top of the head) and 50mm to the top (hand).
It's also really easy to paint.....unless you don't like drybrushing
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