Discussion in 'Itza Gallery of Fine Arts' started by The Red Devil, Aug 22, 2013.
Well, a group of old painted kroxies. You can guess who the leader is…
That's a lot of them.
You vs the Kroxigor she tells you not to worry about.
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My bad, should be fixed now?
Very Deepkin style!
Based on Warcraft's Naga I presume? Looking good!
Yep, pre-painted plastic rubbish miniatures, quite hard to convert to make the 2nd pose and a pain to paint, but like them lol.
Can you tell me where can i find such kroxigor. Or maybe project for 3d printer?
No longer available and the guy now works for GW so wont be.
However "last sword miniatures" had a kickstarter recently which is open to late pledges with similar figures.
My Kroxigors with jade weaponry:
Kroxigors are giant crocodilian relatives of the Saurus. They are hulking creatures, their bodies consisting of slabs of rock-hard muscle and massive jaws bristling with razor-sharp teeth. When enraged, they unleash their only form of speech - a blood-curdling roar that reverberates across the jungle. During times of war, units of Kroxigors are used as shock troops to batter enemy battlelines. In combat, formations of Kroxigors and Skinks prove unusually effective, with the Skinks able to pepper foes with poison-tipped javelins before crashing headlong into combat, where they are backed up by the crushing power provided by the mighty Kroxigors. Because of their massive frames, Kroxigors can easily reach over any intervening Skinks, allowing the reptilian giants to pulp more than their share of any foe.
Alternatively, lost kingdom miniatures have just finished a Kickstarter for some beautiful lizardmen models. They have confirmed that they will be available in their shop shortly after the Kickstarter has fully concluded.
Lol, I can't believe that is legal haha. They're all 1 to 1 models of the Games Workshop line.
As long as they are not identical and have the same names then yes it is legal.