Get A Sneak Peek At Dunkeldorf’s Next Prancing Peacock Patron

June 22, 2020 by brennon

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King Games has given us a sneak peek at an upcoming Dunkeldorf Miniatures character who is going to be joining their Prancing Peacock Kickstarter soon. Here is a piece of concept art for Ludwig, The Pedlar!

Ludwig The Pedlar Preview - Dunkeldorf Miniatures

Ludwig, The Pedlar // Dunkeldorf Miniatures

The artwork here is by the talented hand of Christian Schwager who has done a great job at bringing to life the characters that King Games have in mind for their project. Just like with the rest of the range which we've looked at on The Weekender and in Weekender XLBS, this fellow is packed with character and you get a real sense as to what kind of personality he has.

The campaign from King Games has two weeks left so you've still got plenty of time to dive in and check out what they have to offer. In the meantime, here are a few more of the characters they've shown off recently.

Dunkeldorf - More Patrons Of The Peacock!

First up we have Thia here who is a Halfling Trapper. As we've said before about the range, these would be perfect for those looking to dive into Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play right now.

Thia Render - Dunkeldorf Miniatures

Thia, Halfling Trapper // Dunkeldorf Miniatures

You've also got the renders in the works for Olivier Redeux, Gambler who might end up swindling a fair few patrons out of their hard-earned money. Both miniatures are packed with character and tell little stories, most of which are often taken from the creator's experiences during their own roleplaying games.

Gambler Render - Dunkeldorf Miniatures

Olivier Redeux, Gambler // Dunkeldorf Miniatures

Make sure to check out the campaign in more detail on the links above and see what other characters they have in store for us. A lot of them are starting to take shape and it's always nice to see the concept art get turned into faithful miniatures.

Are you tempted by the Dunkeldorf Miniatures collection?

"'s always nice to see the concept art get turned into faithful miniatures"

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