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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Working on my Knight of Shrouds! Almost done and ready to harvest!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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My mad skills 😎
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Aaaah!!! Loving my color scheme for my Lord Executioner so much!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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My special Nighthaunt color scheme!!!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Tomato Skaven!!!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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What a lovely day...
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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My very own Warhammer 40k Space Marine Chapter! The Carnelian Raiders.
Specialized in space and ship boarding warfare, these space marines prefer to set up bases on stagnant comets and drifting meteors. The chapter specializes in putting engines on meteors and use then to slam into enemy ships. "If there isn't enough firepower, there's always enough mass."
This marine in specific is battle damaged after a bout with a heretical vessel poised to assault a colony
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Type V Demon (AKA Marilith), 3 for $2.29 – Minifigs made the first line of official Dungeons & Dragons miniatures starting in 1977, pre-AD&D, until the license passed to Grenadier in 1980 (image apparently from a long-completed eBay auction).  Scale is stated to be “25mm (1:72)”, but these soon would be dwarfed by the nominally 25mm and 28mm figures of the 1980s.
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Could be used as nice trap markers!
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tried making some arrows…. it did not work. only received the supports
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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A few odds and ends, two doors I painted from the Terrain Crate dungeon pack, a medium sized Owlbear, and an Undead Giant using the Mouth of Grolantor base and just making it even more gross.
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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I took a Rage Drake from the Wrath of Ashardalon board game and gave it more of a deserty color, with a blue tongue, inspired by the skink
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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I got some Dungeon Stone blocks! Im going to paint them even though the color is already good, I just love the making the details pop out! This is a Dwarven Forge substitute made out of real stone
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Another Hero Forge figure! This is one for my friend, he plays a Wizard from the School of Abjuration!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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Did some work on an Ancient Blue Dragon for D&D! Used the newly released Gargantuan Green Dragon from Pathfinder/Paizo!
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foggi-figures · 3 years ago
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All done! Better photos later. #sparrowpaints — view on Instagram https://ift.tt/2NTr7Os
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foggi-figures · 4 years ago
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The final boss of our dungeons and dragons campaign: Y’gathok, the great old one, the infinite hunger. My players deserved an amazing fight for their send off, so I went as ham as I can. Being a DM is all about making sure the players have the best time.
Thank you Critical Role for sparking this D&D campaign, and thank you specifically Matt Mercer for reminding me what it is to be creative.
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foggi-figures · 4 years ago
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My heroforge came in for Rune! He's my Aasimar warlock paladin and he is great. His left arm is crystalline cause of an encounter with a goddess...
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