Saturday, June 29, 2013

Shamanistic Priest

   This miniature is Saruman, the MC17 classic 32mm metal figure of Mithril Miniatures. I already have the Saruman model of GW and I am not interested to have another one. That 's why I painted him with dark colours as a shaman priest (looks like an Orthodox one as well, to tell you the truth). You can see him as a Holy man at "Land of the Lead" blog also.
   This miniature is a milestone for the blog as it is the first post about Saga. I hope many will follow. (Eagle eye friends can see a new style of basing also). Below you can see the priest:

   Many things happened during the last month, good and bad. Unfortunately, mostly bad! This is not an excuse though for my absence, I hope from now on to continue at the previous year pace. More than four to five posts per month!     
   That's it for today!
   Kyr Gkikas, welcome on board!


  1. Glad you're back! I hope everything's turned out well enough for you, Panagiotis.

    The wizard has a certain orthodox feeling as you say, but then he's missing the black squar-ish little hat :)

    You say he's 32 mm, how well does he fit with the newer GW-models? I have had my eyes on Mithril's "The White Council" for a while... it could be a sweet diorama.

    1. Hi Llama, the wizard has the same height with the metallic GW models. Which means he is half-head taller than every plastic warrior. Unfortunately, I don't have any new GW models to compare.

    2. Thanks for the info! And as you say, half-head taller, too bad with the discrepancy with GW metals versus plastics, but if it is a nice model, there's not really a problem :)

  2. The mini is nicely painted. Well done!

    I had a handful of Mithril miniatures way back in the early 90's and loved them. I haven't seen many around these days though. Maybe I should check them out again.


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