First up is a weary panda who has stopped on a a rock ledge to watch the sunset at the end of a weary day of travel. I found the stone on one of my walks and knew it would be good for some project. Its naturally reddish but I gave it a wash and then used a red brown to pick out some details then did a little yellow and orange on the edged and a few raised surfaces to try to simulate sunlight on the cliff face.
A few Army painter tufts to help break up the monotony of the rock.
The Figure is from Dark Swords Critter Kingdom line and I didn't know what to do with it until inspiration for this rather artsy fantasy vignette came to my mind.
This figure is a Reaper miniatures special edition I got with some orders I placed before Xmas. A young dragon slumbers guarding his holiday hoard.
The rock is from the same source... I did it with a black was to darken the scene a bit. and I wish the camera let me fully captures the facial expression of this little guy.
There is great detail on the spine and wings of this fellow... truly an neat piece that will be a holiday decoration in my hope for many years to come.
I did a little snow to suggest that side is the cave entrance and just a little snow form out side has drifted into the cave. I love the wing claws wrapped around the packages.
These are all technically 25mm scale figures but the big panda is a bit larger and the other two are actually a bit smaller I leave it to Peter to judge my point total and to decide if the custom basing should count for anything extra.
Well done Adam. I especially like the adult panda who looks like he could fit into many adventures. I also like the use of the rocks as bases. IMHO modellers could find a lot of useful bits in Mother Natures spare parts bin. I make this 3 25mm figures =15 points.