I'll use this thread to post any Dr WHO minis that I make. I've already done Daleks and Cybermen and a Police Box and a 70's TARDIS interior (not sure where that went, actually it's no longer on my website - hmmmm).
Anyway, last time I looked I was doing UNIT soldiers - essentially 70's-80's UN troops. I'll have to dig them out at some point. I might post a WiP of them in the next few days - that's what this thread is for, afterall.
I've been quiet for a while. I've been doin gother things. I keep staring at the Aphid Gunship on the shelf and thinking I really must finish it. It's sooo close. However, in the mean time, I thought you might like to know that I've done some new minis for the Doctor WHO miniatures game. They're in a scenario supplement called, The Battle for Canary Wharf. The Daleks and Cybermen are old but there are Torchwood soldiers and personnell and also a Rose Tyler and an improved Doc Tenn - aswell as some scenery.
I'm doing some more soon too for a mini scenario called 'Stop! Police! Silurian!' that will feature in the Ragnarok January issue.
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Post by emergencyoverride on Dec 23, 2009 9:25:17 GMT -9
Just downloaded the wharf set. Those new figures are ace! Thanks also for adding in the terrain features. I'm teaching a new group at the local store here in Tennessee how to play and the intro format for that scenario will help out loads. ;D Cheers!
Over the holidays, I ran a special two session adventure, in which the good Doctor makes an appearance in his Tardis and helps the PCs overcome an enclave of mindflayers. I thought you might like some pics.
Note: the paper dungeon terrain is by Fat Dragon Games. The hook horror mini is made from a scan of the Monster Manual image. And a special thanks to Adamsouza for the mindflayer mini.
Post by whiteknight06604 on Feb 3, 2010 12:16:25 GMT -9
I absolutely love the doctor who sets,thank you for making them.Do you have any future plans to expand the doctor who line? Some Movellen,Sontaran or Sea Devil/Silurians would be very cool.Oh did I mention Sontarans?Anyway thanks again these figs are great.
I have too some old Shadowolf's paper minis. They aren't front/rear but but are still pretty good paper miniatures. Cybermen, Unit troopers, 4th doctor and scientists. Unfortunately I lost shadowolf's daleks.
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