Durgin Paint Forge Sculpt Up A Wonderful Forest Troll

April 6, 2020 by brennon

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I have said it before but Durgin Paint Forge really do blow my socks off every time I see what they have been up to. This time around they got me once again as they showed off their new Forest Troll which will be a new addition to their upcoming Elf range.

Forest Troll #1 - Durgin Paint Forge

This new model has been created to match their Elves  (which you'll see below) but also draw on classic Nordic themes. As well as drawing on the same inspiration as their Elves and looking to far-flung cultures there is also a real sense that this creature could have wandered out of a cave in Scandinavia somewhere.

Forest Troll #2 - Durgin Paint Forge

The amount of detail wrought into the design across the whole of the miniature is phenomenal and I love all the bits of nature which have grown out of his stony back. You get the sense that he might have kept himself away from the world in a cave and become one with the very earth but something has woken him from his slumber.

Forest Troll Comparison - Durgin Paint Forge

As you can see, this Forest Troll is a perfect match to the rest of the Elf range and looks like a really good fit for it. Even though Durgin Paint Forge have been stepping away from typical Elven archetypes and introducing some new themes into the mix, it's good to see a classic fae Troll pop up.

I also urge you to go and check out more of what they've crafted HERE.

I cannot wait to see what people do when it comes to painting this particular addition to their range.

"I cannot wait to see what people do when it comes to painting this particular addition to their range..."

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