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Mutants. I like them.

The interest of mutants is that they could look like everything.
You can use a lot of miniatures to do mutants: beastmen, Star Wars aliens, mixes of GW bitz, underground manufacturers miniatures, Pulp style minis...
in the midst of a multitude of arms, claws and tentacles, the uglyest unused miniatures have a place.

A example of my mutants:



A very big mutant I've painted today
(From a french manufacturer -Consortium)
http://www.consortium-univers.com


My gallery:
http://www.zeliste40k.fr/index.php?q=gals&idx=63

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some nice nurgley inspired stuff you've posted, well done on your conversions have some rep!

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really nice use of random bits almost tempts me to clear out my bits box.

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These are wonderful!

Absolutely great. Not only would they look great during a game of 40k, but they make great conversation pieces! Very creative!
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Your great. Ive been tempted to do a Demon army a few times just so when I do demons I can find bits and pieces here and there and do just what you've done! +rep for some great conversions.

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My huge horde of mutants (117 for the moment)
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2nd group of five, 2nd from the left. Korax from WORLD OF DARKNESS board game, circa 1993 or so?
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2nd group of five, 2nd from the left. Korax from WORLD OF DARKNESS board game, circa 1993 or so?
Oh I don't think so. I remember have it in a supplement named The Village of Fear, for the Black Eye boardgame. But I'm not sure.

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I love 'em. Not exactly -my- style but they look so right. And the horde pic is just beautiful.
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Sorry, it wasn't called world of darkness, it was called Dark World

Heres a link: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31

I see the model in the images section. I would be very interested if in france they used the same models for different board games.

Edit: I just realized Village of Fear is an expansion for Dark World.
Dark World = Black Eye?

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