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  1. Thanks Agent Kallus. This looks very versatile.
  2. Very interesting! I cannot find any picture of this. Could someone post one?
  3. Thanks! Godd to see your gargoyles again. I still remember the one with the wings. I love the claws. And thanks Juxtapoisson!
  4. Dark Elves

    Thanks Umbra-Manis for your nice words. Keep an eye out for the next Cold Ones.
  5. Dark Elves

    Dark Elf Boar Blocker Guards In order to counter the recent proliferation of wild creatures serving in enemy armies the Dark Elves decided they needed more spears. After all a strong blade and a long stick is exactly what most of us indeed prefer when facing an Orc on a wild boar, an Elf on a bear or even some angry human dude on a horse. Here the Boar Blockers are supported by some friends with similar interest, the Wavebreaker Guards. Dark Elf Boar Blocker Guards by MWardancer, auf Flickr Customization Techniques: - Shields made from goblin king shields - Boar spears from Brickwarriors - Halberds from Brickwarriors - Helmets in the middle by NIcebricks - Outer helmets by Brickwarriors - Capes by CapeMadness - Figs are upcycled keychains.
  6. Nicebricks is a new player: https://store.bricklink.com/Dan76#/shop?o={"showHomeItems":1}
  7. Obscurative Tectodemonic Neogargoylatry Although generally considered one of the mortal sins of Granite Magic, Obscurative Tectodemonic Neogargoylatry (OTN) is sometimes resorted to in times of lithic wrath. The earthquakes surrounding such an unnatural spectacle of nature spread panic among creatures softer and warmer than the ancient rock below their feet. Obscurative Tectodemonic Neogargoylatry by MWardancer, auf Flickr A pretty straight-forward build. TLG for some reason chose violet as color for their stone monsters. I figured gray is a little more ... stonish.
  8. Dark Elves

    Dark Elf Cold One Riders The Dark Elf General has mustered a new soldier for his pack of Cold Ones. These fierce predators thrive on ice, snow, fear and loneliness. And he shall not be the last... Dark Elf Cold One Riders by MWardancer, auf Flickr
  9. You are right. What a great new shield! Evil it is. And visually compatible with the old one I believe. Is there any chance the sticker is preliminary and the real thing will be printed? Has anyone ever tried covering a sticker with semiglossy paint to make it look more printed?
  10. Isn’t this the goblin king shield that has been around for a while? This is printed. I am glad they come in bigger numbers. Or are you seeing something I dont? Is it yet another new shield? very useful they are: https://www.flickr.com/photos/63704134@N07/34404418401
  11. Viking Advent Calendar

    Great theme! I have watched "Vikings" a lot recently and thought that there should be more LEGO about vikings. Brick on Ed-209.
  12. Uhm, thanks for mentioning my semi-glossy mix. But be careful: Revell paints are of a different chemistry than Citatel. The Revell might dissolve the Citadel paint. You have to try that on an extra brick before you ruin something nice!
  13. Research about minifigures

    It is hard to think of anything to add to what AmperZand wrote. But maybe a personal note might be useful. As a customizer I have no inhibitions for cutting, maiming or painting figs. Many so-called purists have these inhibitions, I don't. Yet I have never ordered a custom printed fig from any of the services around (there are many). I also don't have a Problem with spending a lot of money on figs. Some of my customs cost about 50 Euro for parts, paints etc. So I think there are three factors why I have never bought a custom fig. Firstly, sometimes the chase is better than the catch, the process is better than the result. Just ordering a custom fig takes the sport out of making the fig. An online service would have to make the designing experience complex and fun. Secondly, price is a still factor, for army building for example. Thirdly, no manufacturer I know can do metallic printing. This is a huge problem for historical figs.
  14. I have been hoping for another version of the tower shield for a while. Yes, it has the bat logo, but it might just Look like a random pattern if the rest of the fig has no more bats. Especially since the pattern is mirrored at the bottom. With a tiny sprinkle of gold or black a customizer may get rid any bat associations.
  15. There is still a distinct lack in white armor printed parts. White torso with armor print, legs, shields. So far no customizer has stepped in to fill that gap.