Or indeed both the above options? With some extra arms for mods, we could even head off to Burroughs' Barsoom!
Also worth a look at how giants have progressed in the new 5th edition D&D Monster Manual, as an ancient civilisation, the different types of giant having very varied abilities, natures and physical appearances, not the mere thuggish brutes of much real-world folklore. Though D&D started the process in its earlier incarnations, the latest version seems to have brought things together in a - to me - more satisfactory way. So some giants are still thuggish brutes, but others really aren't.
That troll looks very pleased with himself. Are the fingers of his right hand behind the pole?
Well, you know - gold, girl... perhaps I should replace horn with some bottle of wine or mug of beer then he would be crazy happy lucky one troll
Ad. fingers Hmm... trolls are known for short and bold fingers!
But seriously speaking you are right - my bad - this mini was designed as "universal" one, meaning with an empty hands, so I can easily exchange weapons, add shields or other accessories. But in this case I definitely should shift banner pole more into left. Most minis in this set are (hopefully) OK perhaps except these with banners, hope that will be not so noticeable after rescaling in final version.
Vermin King: Not the style you are looking for, but try a search for 'paper theatre' or 'paper theater', and you will find a few pages of epinal figures. Not many, but I know there are a few
May 14, 2019 5:08:58 GMT -9
shep: Does anyone know where to find decent individual minis of late Roman Republic era civilians? From senator to slave, every mini would be great, as long as they are not legionaires or generals or other military (Praetorian Guard and Roman Vigiles excluded)
May 14, 2019 4:20:32 GMT -9
wyvern: Nah, just rewatched the 1931 Universal "Dracula" movies (the Lugosi one and the Spanish version)
May 1, 2019 12:20:34 GMT -9
Vermin King: did you do your bonfire?
Apr 30, 2019 10:08:38 GMT -9