With 5th Edition of D&D right around the corner, my local group has been getting rather excited. In this excitement, I went seeking not-goofy-looking Gnoll figures and found the old Ral Partha ones. The seller on Ebay was offering free shipping for large enough orders, so...they didn't come alone! Not much else to say, so - to start things off - an old 1991 Ral Partha Female Paladin!
Overall I'm happy; I need to get some fresh black paint, though. All my current jars are either dried out completely or WAY too watery. Once I get more, the base trim and her hair will be tidied up. Even with the poor condition most of my paints are in, though, I think she came out nicely! I hope to take better pics soon to show off the nice dried mud/cracked earth effect on her base.
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I know, right? Star Fox turned 20 last year, so that made ME feel old, too! And the base was done with Agrellan Earth, that technical 'paint' that GW put out. Definitely going to be experimenting with it more!
Another night, and another figure - and nothing furry just yet; it's a new personal record! This fella's the oldest of the lot, a 1982 Ral Partha Human Fighter Mage! he only change I made to the model itself was replacing the old, about-to-snap and not-so-well-sculpted sword blade with a carved-down Skaven Clanrat blade. I also broke out the Scaly Green for this guy - a paint that Games Workshop hasn't produced for many years now! I felt that,a s the veteran, he deserved some special treatment.