I have always liked the quality of the sculpts of Reaper miniatures and these are very much up to standard. Molded in a semi-soft plastic they are superbly sculpted and elegantly detailed with excellent attention to proportion and balance. Frankly, I am astounded by them. A staggering value as well at an average cost of around a dollar a figure (and some are very large multi-part figures) the price is impossible to beat.
So, with no further ado, feast your eyes on just a tiny portion of the collection.
a dwarf with a frightful helmet
Dr. Jones I presume?
flipside of the above
there are several cowboy/gunfighter figures,
all of them delightfully lean in proportion and well posed
a barbarian with the obligatory oversized axe,
at least in plastic the weapon isn't so heavy that the figure falls over
another example of the elegant sculpting
from the mask I am betting that a holdup is in the offing
the Wall Street bull a a fantasy figure
a very well done Gnoll
"Daddy I found a puppy, can I keep it?"
a barbarian girl with a Dire Wolf
she is properly proportioned
but the axe is completely nuts
I have always loved huge predators
is this the beginning of an MGM movie?
a couple of creepy cultists
the cover of a metal-band album?
a tree-elf or a driad or something like that
a really cool figure under any circumstances
I am going to try to get the guys to let me paint some of these minis. If they do I will post my progress as I go.