Last night after posting, I decided to get some paint on the 28mm otter. Now this guy came from Naga Miniatures and is one of many anthropomorphised animals in their collection. I honestly cannot say what he is meant to be representing. It has him down as a paladin. He does have a mix of dress and equipment. He has a macuahuitl and a metal shield as well as landschneckt style pantaloons. I don’t really care as I really like him.

I got him finished this evening… I might go back and do the cordage on his quilted gambeson.

9 thoughts on “Painting an Otter

  1. He looks great . I have been toying with putting together a small band of anthropomorphised animals for Osprey’s Burrows and Badgers, but the figures are a bit expensive without a 3d printer. I have had a look at the Naga range and they only provide stl files as well. Miniporium based in Melbourne have squirrels, rabbits and a few fox which are cool and reasonably priced, but no larger animals.

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  2. I wonder if he is a weasel or some sort of animal like that? I too love the anthropomorphic fantasy sculpts and if there was a solo-friendly game, I’d probably have painted more of them myself as they just have a lot of charm to them!

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