Monday, November 7, 2011

Lemures and a Mimic

Another round of miniatures from Pedro Navarro.  Great stuff all around.  First picture is a scale comparison picture.  As always let me know what you think.


4 different Lemures all with separate heads for a little variation.  Tallest one is about 28mm tall with the smallest being roughly 18mm tall.


Probably my favorite miniature to date in the line with just a ton of character.  Comes with the tongue, arm, and the top of the chest as separate pieces.


  1. That mimic is just plain fabulous!

  2. Excellent slime guys too, good for multiple settings. Going into the shop this year yet?

  3. Very nice work, Brett---I don't know that I've ever seen anyone produce lemures before! :D


  4. Thanks guys. Pedro is shipping these greens to me right now. Hopefully I can get them to the mold maker in late November or early December. Either way they should be available for ordering in January (maybe later December but I am not counting on it!).

    I believe WOTC made some in their prepainted range but I have never seen any in metal. Glad you guys like them. Pedro put a lot of hard work into them and it shows.

  5. All of these are great. Pedro is fast becoming one of my favorite sculptors.

    Here's an odd question for you: If/when you plan on doing the nycadaemon/mezzodaemon; will you make them compatible with 1st and 3rd edition rules? i.e.- will you have have the creatures designed to accept/attach either two or four arms...depending on which version of the rules a person wants to play? Food for thought, I suppose.

  6. Drone523,
    I was planning on doing the Nycadaemon this summer but I wasn't aware of what it was supposed to be like in 3rd edition?

  7. Here's a website with the pictures/descriptions for 3rd Ed. Nycadaemon and mezzodaemon (or "loths" as they are called in 3rd Ed.):

    I just thought it would be interesting to have two extra/separate arms available for them...for those that want the option.