This figure is a male orc (troll or half-troll), wearing scale mail, an eye patch, pauldrons, spiked knee guards (poleyn), bracers and wielding two war-axes
He might have fiendish or troll blood, because of his horns. I can’t find him online and don’t remember where I got him. He was fun to paint and a very detailed figure.
This week I’m featuring a vintage Ral Partha male halfling rogue. He’s wearing a cloak with leather armor and a dagger. I painted his clothes dark because I needed a sneak thief for a character I was making.
Ral Partha. This is a male dwarf of the far north with cloak, helm and scimitar. He is dressed for the cold, some people have told me that his colors are too drab, but that is on purpose.
This is a vintage Ral Partha Elven rogue with a scimitar, coin pouch, studded leather and a cloak. My husband flocked the base.
Today’s Figure of the Week is a humanoid fox figure that can portray either a kitsune or some other dog-like anthropomorphic race. This is a female figure with sparse clothing and no shoes, she is
crouched down with her tail wrapped around her lower leg. While she is wielding either a long knife or a Shortsword, she’s wearing no armor or shoes. Because she is shaped like a fox I colored her the same way.
After some research, I found out that she is a reaper miniature called the Handmaiden of Keskuru (were- fox form). Item 14591 by Patrick Keith.
This figure can be used with any game that uses a werefox, kitsune, Lupin race or any type of similar creatures.
This is a vintage Ral Partha figure of Lord Soth from the Ravenloft campaign setting. He is wearing full plate mail with a plumed helm and cloak.
I painted him with traditional coloring, I tarnished him some to look battle-damaged and my husband flocked his base. When I find his mounted rider figure I will add it here.