Sunday, April 05, 2015

Green Dragon, Don't mess with his stuff.

Green Dragon - Finished work.

1998 is the year that is stamped in the foot of this guy. Looks like TSR is on one of the back feet as well.  I picked this up years ago (decades?) from my FLGS.  It has sat in my parts bin for a very long time.  Here is the finished product.  He is standing on a small pile of gold and gems.  The tiles are cast plaster from Hirst Arts.  The gold pile is blue construction insulation.  Random bits and bobs from various parts bins and more plaster casts finish off the base.  The base is 5 x 3.5 inches.

If you look close enough you can see the arm of some warriors failed attempt to claim the dragon's treasure horde.

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