Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Jaws...

Hello again!

One update tonight, another creature for my Harook to hunt, although they may get a bit of a shock if they get too close...


The above and below are a lovely little creature called a Mawe, available from Hasslefree.

I've had this one for about two years and recently (last night) got around to re-basing and re-touching the paint job (which had become a little fractured).


Originally used for my 28mm gaming, I think this will fit in nicely as a massive predator for 15mm.

The photos don't entirely show up the full range of colour used, as you can see below I've attempted to give it a somewhat dappled effect on the top half leading down to more solid colours on the leg sections.


Of all the miniatures I own, the Mawe is probably my favourite.  It just looks mean, with a set of teeth that would put a Great White to shame!



It does remind me a little of Audrey II from The Little Shop of Horrors though...



Hope you like it, hopefully will have some terrain items ready to go this weekend (if my woodland scenics trees turn up...).

Until next time ;-)

9 comments:

  1. Fine opponent for the Hrook.

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    1. I might well pick up some of the mini-mawes as well, they'd be excellent hounds...

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    2. That's a definite "do."!

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  2. Very nice, the clour combo is good, love the the colour you used for the gums, I will have to pick up a couple of these, well done.

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    1. Cheers Dan - the colour was Mechrite Red, one of GW's (now old) foundation paints. It was quite thin coming out of the pot which worked quite well as (having used a black undercost) it did give a bit of depth to the gums.

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  3. Is it a coincidence that the title of your Blog "Another World" is also the title of a classic computer game (also known as "out of this world") which prominently features a large bear-like monster in it's first level? :)

    http://cdn.toucharcade.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/another_world_title.jpg

    http://www.cesspit.net/drupal/storeroom/misc/anotherworld.gif

    http://images.jayisgames.com/anotherworld2.jpg

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    1. No coincidence at all - check out:

      http://anotherworld15mm.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/another-world.html

      ;-)

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  4. Very keen. Would love to see a pic with a 15mm fig in the shot for a comparison.

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