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Heroes

These are heroic figures, ready to defend the good from the forces of evil.

Summary: 
[i]It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta be good![/i]

Tsuku the Pegleg Monk

Tsuku the Pegleg Monk

Tsuko the Pegleg Monk
While grinding him off of the broccoli base, I messed up his leg. He's still a formidable foe..
I've just uploaded a new picture, much better!

Waylander Skye

Waylander Skye

This is actually Heresy Miniatures Diego Sanchez, Swashbuckling Rogue. I call him Waylander Skye for my character in a D&D Campaign.

Sherbert Van Halfling

Sherbert Van Halfling

Sigurd and Thrudella

Sigurd and Thrudella

Sigurd the Significant

Sigurd the Significant

Here is Foundry's Sigurd the Significant. He was a limited edition figure, offered with Thrudella the Temptress. I believe that they were a bonus with the purchase of a horde of Vikings... This is an early work by Steve Buddle, of Spyglass Miniatures. He's really improved over the years, but this is still a quaint sculpt, and sought-after by Thrud collectors everywhere!

The Deadly Duel

The Deadly Duel

For the Wyrd GamesTotal Testosterone! miniatures painting contest, I thought this would fit the theme really well. Big Boris with his huge hammer now has a respectable job that suits his personality.
I'm also honored that this won first place in the Deadly Duel category, and second place for overall Best Base/Diorama!

Brand the Barbarian

Brand the Barbarian

Mullet the Barbarian

Mullet the Barbarian

Mullet was my first non-GW miniature. I originally painted him up as a bloodbowl player (see the Bloodbowl section for that horrid paint job). Here I am some years and a couple thousand miles later, reclaiming the miniature with my current paint skill. I tried lighting effects here, but you really can't see them too well in the pictures.

Olaf, Wolf Warrior of Kord

Olaf, Wolf Warrior of Kord

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