Hi all! I show you a small project I have done. I made it to play 9th age with a friend. I love beastman and my friend love humans, so I decided to do this armies. You can see that the figures have a particular style, in fact they have only about 2cm tall, however its bases have the size indicated in the 9th Age rule book. By the moment I have no intention to make more armies. But I want to do a little of scenography, printable too: two small houses, a forest, probably a hill... Hope you enjoy! If you like it you can download the whole armies in my web www.pablogalvanilustracion.com Grettings!
I finished the dwarf army. I show here two of its figures. The cannon is probably too flat, but well, here it is I am working on the document to upload it in my web and where if somebody wants, can download for free, hope to finish it today or tomorrow.
I leave aside this style of figures to start with others. But sure I will come back with them, since I started with these armies I wanted to make some scenography for them, and there are other units and bosses with this style I want to design... someday... not much time now...
Post by cowboyleland on May 22, 2018 13:05:26 GMT -9
I hope the other designers here don't take offence, but I think these 9th Age figures are the most original figures I have ever seen. I don't play 9th Age so I find myself wishing I could get a chess set in this style. I haven't played chess in years, but I might make a set like this just to have.
On the other hand, maybe it's the herd that is crazy.
Cowboyleland, I like a lot the idea of making a chess with this style, probably I´ll try too in a future, when I have more time...
If you want to try probably this image can inspire you too (sorry, I know it is not related with paper...). I found it in instagram, and I think is awesome. His name in instagram is paolodiaque and they have a web greatbeard.com, but I couldn´t find the chess in the web... Hope you like.
Those soooo make me think of Monty Python and especially John Cleese, and I can't even explain why.
And PS: Eventually, I'm going to have to learn to play 9th Age just to have an excuse to make these figures and get them out on a table! They are so much their own thing, I can't see using them mixed with more conventional minis, but on their own, they are amazingly cool and stylish. Please keep them coming!
Last Edit: May 28, 2018 20:51:28 GMT -9 by jeffgeorge
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