Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Post-Apocalyptic dangers

One of the clerest memorys I have from the old RPG Mutant, that I played alot back in the days, are the dreeded Gigantic Stag Beetle, so I feelt that I needed one to set on the heroes in my new Post-Apocalyptic project...








24 comments:

  1. Superb, what is the manufacturer please?

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  2. The beetle is cool. Great work.

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  3. Love it Michael! Very wicked looking.

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  4. Love it! Always liked giant insect types. Them, Eight Legged Freaks, etc.

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  5. Glad you liked my bug :)

    I´m not sure of a manufacturer as I got it at a museum in Upsala here in Sweden, childrens plastic toys fo just £2 :)

    http://www.biotopia.nu/in-english

    Best regards Michael

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    1. It looks great, what a bargain. Thanks!

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  6. Wow! That's one big beetle. Very nice.

    Frank
    http://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com.au/

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  7. Very cool - takes me back to my RPG days back in college

    Ahhh the early 80's College, Reagan, Beer, Traveller and Bushido RPG's

    Good times, good times

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  8. Oh my God, RUN!!!!! That thing is giant. How many attack dice does this monstrosity roll?

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  9. Love it! Such a classic monster from back in the days.

    When are we playing? :)

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  10. Arrgggh. The Horror. One of those monsters ate my character at our last game session!

    Well done as always!

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  11. Wow Michael great looking beetle... and where did you get that from?

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  12. Now that will take a bit to kill! Looks great Michael!

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  13. Now this I call a mighty beatle! Great work and brilliant idea.

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  14. If there's anything that makes me want to play Fallout 3 with miniatures, it is this

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  15. Nice work - so realistic it's a bit creepy!

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  16. Very original idea.
    In part, it reminds me of the insects of "Starship Troopers".
    "Mamma mia" that fear!
    Greetings

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  17. Very good idea. Terrible beast!!!

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