Wednesday, 24 June 2020

7TV Day Crooked Dice Black Goat/Wendigo

This is my Black Goat model from Crooked Dice its made of resin and comes in four pieces comprising of the body/legs, left and right arms then the skull/horns. Its intended use is in the Children of  the fields Winterley Cast as an adversary to Lady Winterley and the Strawman. But its physical characteristics also fit into the profile both size wise and physical description of the supernatural creature known as a Wendingo from the Pulp expansion Menagarie of Terror. (It has a goat skull rather than stag but happy to overlook that).










I went for fleshy tones on with grey fur and I am quite pleased with it. 

I need to varnish it still once I have it reapplied and then I can add some tufts etc to match my Children of the Fields models.


28 comments:

  1. Excellent work Simon, and great that you can use it in two ways as well

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    1. Thanks very much Dave. I shall use it as a Demon in lots of settings I reckon quite a universal model really.

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  2. That is a very impressive and imposing figure, Simon. Your brushwork really brings it to life.

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    1. Cheers Dean glad you like it. I am enjoying working on bigger models for a change.

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  3. Looks great mate! An imposing bigger.

    Think the rams skull could reflect a British take on the wendigo myth?

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    1. That is a very good point! Thanks for the suggestion Dai!

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  4. Great figure & brushwork Simon! Always good to have figures that are multi-purposed!

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  5. Now THAT is a rather awesome, and creepy model. You should submit it for Ann's painting challenge for May-June!
    https://annwycoff.com/2020/05/04/sixty-days-of-miniatures-of-magnitude-painting-challenge/

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    1. Cheers Azazel. I will pop over and have a look!

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  6. Very nice work on the skin tones. Very nice.

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    1. Thank you very much. I added more than I usually do.

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  7. That's a very imposing model and I like the fleshy tones.

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  8. Well done! Goatman looks menacing!

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    1. Cheers buddy. I think he could go with my Mutants of Plundarr as well.

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  9. Really scary, nicely done!!

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  10. Wonderful model & paint job Simon :)

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    1. Cheers Frank they do so many great huge models now. I want one of the huge robots!

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