Gibbering Beast

With a bit of spare time today I managed to do a quick paint on a monster miniature.

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

Faceless Horror by Reaper Miniatures

As the pictures show several angles, I could try venturing front, side rear…or leave it to your imagination.

This monster is one of my favorite DnD creatures as it fits into the imagery of the Mythos creatures. The first adventure I ran in DnD 4th made use of this creature as the final fight.  Unfortunately it was bested by the clever mages in the party when they realized they could keep their distance and calmly shoot it to death with spells.  Oh well.

Of course the action shot shows our poor heroes facing almost certain death…or insanity.

Faceless Horror and Astrid Female Bard by Reaper Miniatures.  Elf by Games Workshop.

Faceless Horror, Mocking Beast and Astrid Female Bard by Reaper Miniatures. Elf by Games Workshop.

All in all I think this monster took about 2 hours of work so I think very good results for very little effort.

Hopefully something inspired you today, if nothing else to dust off your summoning circles.

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3 responses to “Gibbering Beast”

  1. Brett Ridley says :

    I am not allowed to make another summoning circle. The cops and their night sticks said so.

  2. Allen says :

    in October 2014 you made a hallway using “small fieldstone” parts among regular fieldstone. what mold did you use for the “small fieldstone”?

    • hosercanadian says :

      The small fieldstone bits from the Inn Building Accessories Mold #57 are the small stones. You get quite the variety of those pieces plus tables, benches and shelves. I thought it was an essential to have with the fieldstone bits.

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