I searched through the Hoards and messages, but other than a request with picture for old-style kobolds from 2014, I did not find anything, so forgive me if I overlooked something.
Does anyone besides OkumArts make the dog-faced kobolds like in the original Monster Manual? I've got the OkumArts ones (I am in his Patreon), and they are nice, but not quite like the originals. Since I still play AD&D 1e, and being fed up with dragon-everything in modern gaming, I would appreciate any help in locating minis in this style.
Sad to say, I am not aware of any Non-Okum dog-faced kobolds. Is it possible that scaling down some gnolls would work? There should be a few gnolls around.
Yes, I have come to the same conclusion after extensive Google searches and asking around. The Okum ones will work, I was just trying to get as close to the originals as possible. Now his Gnolls are spot-on, not-the slouching Warcraft rejects of later versions of D&D.
I will consider this a request for a set of more 1ed D&D friendly kobolds. I'm on it!
Thank you, sir! The ones you have are good, don't get me wrong and I can use them. But I am a traditionalist, as are my players, so I was just trying to get as close to the originals as I could find.
I've been scouring the web and Patreons, collecting and sorting minis for a few weeks now. Between your Patreon, the Printable Heroes Patreon and the Hoards here, I am quickly filling out my list of needed monsters. Now if I could JUST figure out how to make Studio stop defaulting to Cameo, I could work on print layouts over lunch at work.
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We had a bus cancellation day so I had a bit of free time only having one student in class. I'll get these done with the $500 Patreon Goal, but I'll offer them for free. Great suggestion!
Wow! I feel like I am back in the Caves of Chaos (Keep on the Borderlands)! Really nice work and I look forward to them!
Last time they cancelled school here, I spent the day in my office (I'm IT Support for a small school system) just in case the someone that made it in needed something. On the upside of that, I did get things straightened up somewhat around the office and workbench.
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