Atlantis Show Off More Monsters Of Myth & Legend

November 9, 2017 by brennon

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Atlantis Miniatures have been showing off more of their monsters of myth and legend that are going to develop into a range soon. First up we have the snake-headed Medusa.

Atlantis Miniatures' Medusa

This model was actually a product of the community giving their thoughts and opinions and Atlantis responding to their thoughts and wishes. A few things were tweaked with the sculpt including the snake body and the style of the snakes that fall about her shoulders.

I think this version of her looks dangerous and terrifying, just the kind of creature you'd want to avoid as you're delving for lost artefacts.

Bullish Foes

As well as Medusa they also showed off another version of the Minotaur that you might want to plonk down inside a labyrinth.

Atlantis Miniatures Minotaur #3

Armed with twin axes this warrior looks like he's letting out a bellow at some interloper that has invaded his world. The style of horns works really nicely; I prefer the underslung horns to the ones that poke out of the top of the head.

Hopefully, it won't be long until we get to see some of these models making it to the sculpted/printed stage!

What do you make of their concepts so far?

"I prefer the underslung horns to the ones that poke out of the top of the head..."

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