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Re: Female adventurers minis

Postby Seb » Wednesday November 1st, 2017 2:35pm

There are some great classics from the early days of Warhammer. The key thing is to aim purchases during the era of Heroquest 1990-2000, as many of GWs sculptors maintained a similar style guide.

Some quick examples, Wood Elf Glade Guard, Wardancers, and potentialy the Empire Swrodmaster from Hasslefree Miniatures.

Key elements are simple lines, clean distinct gear and iconic forms.

Marauder Miniatures and their sculptors also put out some great models which followed the simple styles of Heroquest. :)

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Re: Female adventurers minis

Postby lestodante » Monday November 27th, 2017 2:29pm

I totally agree with Seb!

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