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Made in ca
Three Color Minimum




Delta, BC, Canada

I like the Frostgrave plastics because they have so many options to customize them to your liking. I dislike the Frostgrave plastics because there are no instructions so I don't know how to match the accessories to the bodies to make them fit right.
   
Made in ca
Mighty Kroxigor Ancient





California the Southern

It gets even more fun when you start tossing various other Frostgrave kits into the mix.

With the exception of the snakemen, most of the other kits are pretty compatible. Heck, even the snakemen can work with a little creativity!

I'm about half tempted to start tossing Oathmark bits into the mix and see what I end up with...

Poorly lit photos of my ever- growing collection of completely unrelated models!


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Made in gb
Blood-Drenched Death Company Marine






UK

A nice bunch of models - Reminds me of the old Empire Militia kit in some ways.

   
Made in jp
Utilizing Careful Highlighting





Japan

DarkSoldier wrote:I like the Frostgrave plastics because they have so many options to customize them to your liking. I dislike the Frostgrave plastics because there are no instructions so I don't know how to match the accessories to the bodies to make them fit right.


These guys, as well as the Cultists I have assembled waiting for some attention, took a fair amount of dry fitting to get right. I snipped quite a few arms off the sprue getting these guys right.

highlord tamburlaine wrote:It gets even more fun when you start tossing various other Frostgrave kits into the mix.

With the exception of the snakemen, most of the other kits are pretty compatible. Heck, even the snakemen can work with a little creativity!

I'm about half tempted to start tossing Oathmark bits into the mix and see what I end up with...


I'm looking forward to kitbashing a few of these sets. Be sure to share photos of your Oathmark guys!

Slinky wrote:A nice bunch of models - Reminds me of the old Empire Militia kit in some ways.


I was thinking the exact same thing as I worked on these guys. I have never owned that particular kit, but now I wish that I had.


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Painting total as of 7/12/2018: 116 plus three sets of Osgiliath ruins and Great Cthulhu and a Japanese peasant farmhouse.
Painting total for 2017: 267 plus two SF buildings and two specimen tanks and two Treemen and two chariots and lots of Frostgrave ruins and an evil tree, six mythos monsters, two GF9 swamps and thirteen pieces of scatter terrain.

 
   
Made in us
Combat Jumping Ragik






Beyond the Beltway

You're not missing all that much, Josh. The minis were not very good quality at all. These Frostgrave figures look to be much nicer.


 
   
Made in lt
Beast Lord





These (Frostgrave soldiers) are really good. No matter the age this recipe in Your hands produce a pretty result! One day these kits will make me fail Willpower roll and get them.

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Infinity - Ariadna (11/10) : Hordes - Circle Orboros (0/10) : Alkemy - various (11/10) : Burrows-n-badgers (11/10) : KoW and misc fantasy (9/10) : Deadzone and misc Sci-Fi (0/10) 
   
Made in gb
Veteran Inquisitorial Tyranid Xenokiller





Cymru

Great job josh, love the colour palette you get into your fantasy minis, looks really natural but also has some colours there than green n Brown.

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