You could always claim that you were "checking the historical accuracy" or something...
You'll notice that I didn't provide measurements on other "vital statistics!"
Ahhh, that's the clearest pic I have seen to date of the Gargun minis... and I must say, all the criticism is well deserved. The faces look like crude ceremonial masks or something... thankfully they're much smaller in real life. That's a good (and very flattering) paintjob, though!DongMaster wrote:Gnabba, gnabba as the gargun said... You can achieve good results even with average molds such as the CGI garguns you see on this pic. As usual the flash, yes I use it because it has been overcast for a month here, takes away at least one shade level. The faces stuck however.
And his opposite number will be Odin hanging from the World Tree, I guess?Hrafnaguð wrote:A friend of mine is preparing to make a chess set, Vikings vs. Christians. He'll be using 25mm minis for the pieces, but has run into a snag; being a sick bastard (and thus a very good friend of mine), he wants to use Christ on the cross for the king.
Not really, but that's none of my business.Hrafnaguð wrote:(...) he wants to use Christ on the cross for the king. Makes sense, I suppose.
Yeah, I assume the same. I think he's out of luck, but then you never know what's out there.Sanric wrote:I honestly have never seen a miniature like that, and I do a lot of catalogue browsing... I guess that most miniature manufacturers would want to stay away from such a topic.
Well, it's not my project, but I suspect he'd rather not mix and match too much. I bet it would be hard to find something that fit in with a bunch of 25mm wargame miniatures.Sanric wrote:However, have you considered looking at a shop that sells religious stuff? Small crucifixes or similar things
He is The King after all...Sanric wrote:Not really, but that's none of my business.Hrafnaguð wrote:(...) he wants to use Christ on the cross for the king. Makes sense, I suppose.
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