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Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 6:59pm
by Kurgan
Mutants storage... :skeleton: :skull: :skull: :skull:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:02pm
by Kurgan
Ice Gremlins... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:04pm
by Kurgan
Polar War Bears :cheese:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:05pm
by Kurgan
The Ogre Horde....

Warrior, Champion, Chieftain and Lord.


Note here, that three out of the four ogre types become "large" (two-square) sized monsters.

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:07pm
by Kurgan
Skaven Warriors :cheese: :cheese:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:11pm
by Kurgan
Alternates for the Chaos Warlock... :chaoswarrior:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:16pm
by Kurgan
Elven Warriors

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2019 7:18pm
by Kurgan
Another Skaven... :cheese:

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Friday April 26th, 2019 5:09am
by Maurice76
Personally, I would have cut off the original base at the feet of the miniatures and glued the feet to the plastic caps you're using. Right now it tends to look a bit awkward if you ask me; as if they're standing on a stepping stone of sorts.

Re: Reaper Quest: Dark Heaven Adventures in a World of Bones

PostPosted: Friday April 26th, 2019 6:09am
by Kurgan
I thought about it, but was also thinking if I ever did get some better bases, I'd want to be able to more easily remove them without damaging the original miniature. The only integral bases I did trim were the "mutants" (frost devils) as their bases were huge, and then only on the outer edges. I tried to pick characters with minimal bases, but a few of them are taller than others. I could have "smoothed out" the bases by adding more material (perhaps acrylic putty) but this would have taken up a lot more time and money than I was willing to invest for such a minimal aesthetic improvement.

There's also the issue of the figures having different levels of stability were I to completely remove the integral base. I'm after all storing these in a padded container, but if only the tiny feet were glued, they might come lose during travel, so I wanted to avoid that as well. But each to his own, thanks for the feedback!