Terrain: Bed

If you’re looking for some terrain, then highly recommend taking a look at Miniature Market – Tiny Terrain. It highly doable, cheap, and detailed.

However, it tend to have a lot of casting residue, so if you think you have washed it clean – then wash it a second time. If you haven’t cleaned it well enough, then the paint will peal off.

Getting through my own pile of Tiny Terrain, and this time it’s the Bed

Bed (Tiny Terrain) (1)Bed (Tiny Terrain) (2)

D&D – Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain (by Reaper Miniatures)

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Reaper Miniatures (link website) has an AMAZING selection of models, and at VERY affordable prizes!
I’m particular impressed with their D&D miniatures, and got a whole bunch of them for my games. Will try my best to paint them at a steady phase, while also painting Warhammer 🙂

This is the Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain.

Ogres are as lazy of mind as they are strong of body. They live by raiding, scavenging, and killing for food and pleasure. The average adult specimen stands between 9 and 10 feet tall and weighs close to a thousand pounds.

D&D - Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain (Reaper Bones) (1)D&D - Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain (Reaper Bones) (2)

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