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Flesh of Gods Miniatures
March Release: The Time Abyss


"The question of time has always intrigued thinkers of the Order of Speurathor. Pages and pages were written about what time would be like. What would the present be, that space of time that we experience in our everyday lives, but that escapes being captured by mathematicians' measurements and philosophers' definitions? How can we experience the present, if it seems to be a borderline zone, an extremely thin line, between the possibilities of the future and the erasure of the past? Well, while men wrestle with these questions, they are nothing more than useless daydreams for the Chrononaut. Its three faces and six arms are not body deformities. They are the physical manifestations of the three different time positions in which the Chrononaut navigates. He is able to be simultaneously — if that term makes sense — in the past, present and future. The immutability of the past and the inevitability and unpredictability of the future do not exist for Chrononaut. At least not for a few moments. His ability to transit between the directions of the flow of time does not go beyond brief intervals. Yesterday and tomorrow, fortunately, remain as inscrutable to him as they are to us, mere humans."

DnD, Dungeons and Dragons miniatures.

These miniatures could also be good for use in other tabletop wargames and skirmish games, such as Warhammer, HeroQuest or Reign in Hell.
These resin prints are available in 32mm and 75mm scale, please make your selection below.

Bust - Feluria, Elf Oracle

    • All my resin miniatures will come unassembled.
    • Supports will be painstakingly removed, but there may be small blemishes, and possibly even a stray piece of support left here and there.
    • Additional post processing may be required(ie: light sanding to make pieces fit, support cleanup)
    • Resin color varies - I tend to use Gray, White, Fleshtone, Red and mixes containing any of the above. - Understand that the models will look good(but you're probably going to want to paint them)
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