Frostgrave Combatants Pt 10 – Wizard (plus Frostgrave Random Encounters – Wild Dogs)

Another Wizard painted up for Frostgrave, this time from the Citadel BC1 Adventurers Starter Set, released in 1985. This is the only miniature I have from that box set. I wish I had the rest!

The dogs below were another quick paint job rattled off while waiting on other things to dry. I wasn’t sure who the manufacturer was as I bought them from an eBay seller who stocks a wide selection of miniatures and often breaks down sets to sell the components separately. I dug a bit deeper and apparently they were made by North Star Miniatures although I can’t find them on their website.

They’re not the greatest of sculpts and are a little on the small side but they make for a passable Lurcher type hunting dog that I could see surviving in the wild as feral canines.

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13 thoughts on “Frostgrave Combatants Pt 10 – Wizard (plus Frostgrave Random Encounters – Wild Dogs)

  1. Ann

    Nice. 🙂 I agree the purple robe came out nicely, and despite being a “quick paint job” as you say, they all came out good. Yes, the dogs might be a little small, but (again) as you say they could be some smallish feral canines or simply a medium-sized breed.

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  2. Martin

    I love that wizard. He was one of the first minis I ever painted. Nice work on the soft tones of purple. He looks great. Nice dogs as well.

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  3. Azazel

    The dogs are probably a bit small for Irish Wolfhounds, but very reasonable for wild dogs. We often tend to overstate the sizes of animals with our miniatures, resulting in a “normal” size for a wolf or a dog being on a par with a motorcycle!

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    1. Somet Post author

      Yes, these wouldn’t pass for Wolf/Deerhounds but are okay as medium sized dogs.
      Boars are also on the list of huge sized minis these days too.

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