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Some recent video game monster miniatures

 
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Patraw



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PostPosted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:59 am    Post subject: Some recent video game monster miniatures Reply with quote

Some recent sculpts/models I've made. The animated gifs are roughly the size of the actual figures.

Tenaga from Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/tenaga.html

Tiphon from Revelations: The Demon Slayer

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/tiphon.html

Jabberwock S3 from Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/jabberwock_S3.html

Poison Ivy (Plant 43) from Resident Evil 2

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/poison_ivy.html

Lisa Trevor from Resident Evil (2002 Gamecube remake)

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/lisa_trevor.html

Phantom from DemiKids: Light/Dark Versions

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http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/demikids_phantom.html

Armon/Nix from Final Fantasy V

More photos/info:
http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/armon.html

Spike Blop from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story

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http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/spike_blop.html
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 3:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love them all. The fact that they're presented in rotation AND about the size they are in real life is a real plus.

Have you ever heard of HeroClix, Patraw? I just recently got some of mine out of the old box they were in and put them on display on my desk.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very nice work. I like the rotation images.

Lisa Trevor really messed me up when that game came out, and I'm very fond of Nix, being a FFV fan.
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Patraw



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the comments!

Yeah, I've heard of HeroClix, but I don't own any. Combining toys with an RPG system is always cool though.
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Patraw



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's some more recent figures I've sculpted:

Laluhn [Atlus' 1994 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Lasuto Baiburu (Reincarnation of The Goddess Side Story: Last Bible) video game.]



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/laluhn.html

Toad [Square-Enix's 1990/1991 Final Fantasy Legend II/SaGa: Hihou Densetsu (Legend of The Secret Treasure) video game.]



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/toad.html

Bahba Velamyu [Square-Enix's 1997 Final Fantasy VII video game.]



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/bahba_velamyu.html

Evil Eye [Sir-Tech's 1982 Wizardry: The Knight of Diamonds video game.]



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/evil_eye.html

Man Eater [Atlus' 1994 Megami Tensei Gaiden: Lasuto Baiburu (Reincarnation of The Goddess Side Story: Last Bible) video game.]



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/man_eater.html


Clodhopper (Sega's 1991 Shining in The Darkness video game.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/clodhopper.html


Goblin Soothsayer (Wizards of The Coast's 1996 Magic: The Gathering card.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/goblin_soothsayer.html


Mandragora (Square-Enix's 2000 Final Fantasy IX video game.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/FF9_mandragora.html


Bark Skin Swamp Thing (Based on the Bark Skin power-up from the 1992 THQ Gameboy Swamp Thing video game. This was also a contest entry for an "Armor Up" themed challenge at Figure Realm)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/barkskin_swampthing.html


Mesmerize (Square-Enix's 1999 Final Fantasy VIII video game.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/mesmerize.html

Schism (Konami's 2008 Silent Hill: Homecoming video game.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/schism.html


Tsunami (Atlus' 2002/2003 Demikids: Light/Dark Versions video games.)



More photos/information: http://kramwartap.fortunecity.com/tsunami.html
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 09, 2011 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

These look fantastic! Well done! Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 12:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Indeed, these are very good. The .gif spin-around just makes them that much easier to appreciate.

I only recently heard about the Megami Tensei series - I was even recommended to try playing some of its installments. Is there a reasonable way to get access to the earliest games in the series, ie a collection on a modern console or something?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 11, 2011 12:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not aware of any Megami Tensei collections, but it's possible something like that might exist (although, realistically, it'd probably be Japan, rather than North America, that would have something like that.)
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