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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Old school AD&D: Cyclops

Here's my old-school cyclops which might make an appearance in my D&D session in a few weeks.
The sculpting, again, was primitive, but the larger size of this figure made it easier to paint than those old goblins.

I only just now realized that I've finished painting some old school goblins and this cyclops, and next on the table are my newer (Reaper) goblins as well as a newer (also Reaper) cyclops. I've started the goblins, and they're already a lot more fun to paint than the old versions were. Don't get me wrong, I love the idea of the old school goblins, and they have some wonderful character and nostalgia about them, but from a strict painting opinion, I find the newer stuff much more enjoyable to actually paint.


  1. Rodger Waters called, and he wants his likeness back.

  2. Rodger Waters called, he wants his likeness back.