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Manda’s (Amachan) Scurvy Sea Dogs

Manda’s (Amachan) Scurvy Sea Dogs

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In this project I will be making multiple warbands for Pirates of the Dread Sea and possibly other games in the future.

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Vanessa Saltblood Final Design

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Vanessa Saltblood Final Design

This is the final version of Vanessa Saltblood. I removed her staff as I didn’t actually like it and I don’t think vampires need a staff to use necromantic powers.

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A little bit of a basing test for a Caribbean beach style base. I think it has worked well. I covered the base with Vallejo Earth Texture Desert Sand (26.217), stuck some bits in it so see if they’ll work, sprinkled on some actual sand and done.

I know I was thinking of doing textured bases from my 3D printer, but since some miniatures have a rock stuck under their foot or is leaning against a stone pillar I thought I’d make my own. Rocks and stone pillars don’t happen much on a ship deck.

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Vanessa Saltblood Design

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Making my own character as a leader for an undead warband for Pirates of the Dread Sea. Meet Vanessa Saltblood, a vampire pirate necromancer. Still working in Hero Forge trying to get her right, such a pain. I’m thinking of going with the first one, but not sure yet. Any ideas are welcome.

Vanessa Saltblood Design

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I will be making a couple of warbands for Pirates of the Dread Sea by Dead Earth games. Well, at least at first. This project can easily grow into other games in the future. Black Scorpion Miniatures’ Cutlass! is also interesting and I may well extend it to Blood & Plunder from Firelock Games in the future.

At first I will start with a human and an undead warband. I am planning on using miniatures from Black Scorpion Games, 3D printed miniatures from the Pirates vs Cthulhu kickstarter from Iain Lovecraft and some others.

The bases I will use are the undecorated 3D printable ship deck bases from Battle Yak Miniatures, slightly adjusted to 25mm and made a lower profile, because I like low profile bases.

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