The theme for this months HOARD is Forest Creatures and Animals
This can be any sort of miniature on the above theme or feel free to submit miniatures off theme.
If you submit a figure, they must include both front and rear art, have a proper trimming outline, and include instructions for multi-part models. Recolors and figure mods are encouraged, and even uncolored designs are welcome.
No nudity or sexuality, but bloody gory and horrifying is encouraged.
If you have questions about how to design your figures, like formats, resolution, and stuff like that, see the HOARD GUIDELINES in this forum category.
Last Edit: Oct 16, 2014 10:48:30 GMT -9 by squirmydad
"There is wisdom in turning as often as possible from the familiar to the unfamiliar: it keeps the mind nimble, it kills prejudice, and it fosters humour." George Santayana, philosopher (1863-1952)
LOL! I am laughing my butt off here! Nice one. Yep, I think you had better finish that. I can't even compete with the awesomeness of that drawing. We need a new skull emoticon that portrays histerical laughter.
Post by josedominguez on Apr 3, 2011 4:12:13 GMT -9
I abseiled 200ft down the side of a building yesterday, doodled the grizzly slug while I was waiting. So he's pretty much a stress induced hallucination transferred to paper I'll see if I can turn him into an actual figure then! IN progress
Excellent grizzly slug! When I look at those eye stalks, I keep thinking of something that mutated and took over the grizzly bear from inside
By the way, here's my first version of the curupira. I'm not very satisfied with the legs and the face (actually, I might end up drawing another version) but we have a whole month ahead and input is always welcome.
Post by grendelsmother64 on Apr 22, 2011 13:06:59 GMT -9
Nice Cyclops. Cyclopses...? Cyclopsi...?
I'm still thinking about a Sasquatch, but in the meantime I've got a birch-bark canoe that's just about ready to put up. Not exactly a forest creature...but a few forest creatures could go for a ride in it...
Post by josedominguez on Apr 22, 2011 13:45:41 GMT -9
Should be cyclopes, there's a copepod (shrimpy sort of thing) called a cyclops and it's named from the Greek, its plural is cyclopes, so the giant is probably the same Then again, I've seen cyclops used as the plural in a fair few D&D adventures over the years too.
As I was working on the Maiden of the High Seas, my daugther (4) came, looked at the ship, looked at her playmobils, and asked: - Is this the boat of the Indian? - No, this is the boat of the Pirate. - Where is the boat of the Indian? ...
Great mini with excellent comicesque shading, gilius, very pixie-like, this critter ! So we have some nice material for this month, a wild kitty, a happy Grizzly-Slug, a frosty horse, stoic Cyclops and a lonely canoe. That's a gang.
I always start scratching my head, when the month is over. I have some urge to try a SPIDER, one of the Mirkwood kind.
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