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So, for our Iron Kingdoms RPG group, I'm pretty much always in charge of the minis.
We've started up an Epic Level Campaign, in which we'll be fighting against some Dragons (and in IK, they all have to be massive Forge-World sized minis).
So, I could have bought a $500 Forge World dragon or $200 on the Wizards of the Coast dragon. But instead, I went ahead and picked up a $20-$30 resin dragon from an Asian gift store at our local mall. After basing and repainting her, I think she turned out pretty well:
wow nice, I like the colours you choose for the scales. nice contrast.
DonÂ´t mess with the dicegod
I'd say 'turned out pretty well' is somewhat of a massive understatement! Looks brilliant for a $30 miniature - I love the patterning on the scales.
Brilliant idea Odin !!! Why shell out all the bucks for a Forgeworld item(not to say that they aren't great) when you have done such a good job for a fraction of the cost.
5000 pts of WoC, 5000 pts of Orcs and now 3000 pts of Ogres...What was I thinking ????
Extremely impressive. Kudos to you. Hope you bought every single one they had in the store!
I've got to say that the rattlesnake approach worked brilliantly. That's the part that immediately hit me when I first viewed it.
"Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war!"
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