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Personal logo Sgt Slag Supporting Member of TMP01 Sep 2018 11:03 a.m. PST

Here is a link to my photo album of the figure, which is selling at Menards Stores for $8.99 USD: Album. To give you an instant-needs-gratification fix, here is a nice picture to whet your gaming appetite…


Now for the details:

Length: 14", snout tip to tail tip.
Width: 11"-12".
Tail: Pose-able, for the first 4"-6", then stiff to the end. Soft, rubber-like, plastic. Should take paint without issue.
Assembly Required? None. It is held together by small Philips Screws, which need to be tightened. There are some gaps in the spine, where the two halves come together. Some of the screwed joints are loose, so tighten carefully, without over-tightening, and stripping the screw-holes out…
Jaw: Hinged, so you can vary the appearance by opening/closing the lower jaw (add to this the pose-able tail, except for the last 4"-6" length), making it easy to modify.
Finish: The wings, and the skull appear to have a bit of dark wash applied -- not enough, IMO, but it is there.
Brand Name: Pumpkin Hollow.

Zombie version:
To make a Zombie version, I would suggest using the paper mache' method demonstrated by GourmetPaperMache, here, on YouTube, at 45 seconds onwards. Basically wetting thin fabric in PVA Glue, and wrapping it around the wings, and letting it drape down, to form the membrane of the wings. The same technique could be applied to the body, to create an emaciated, sunken in, skin. Be sure to leave holes in the body, and the wings, though…

For $8.99 USD + Tax, you can have a really decent Skeletal Dragon model for your game table. My PC's are scheduled to run through my version of Hell, looking to rescue someone, within the next year. This is a perfect encounter to add to the list… Cheers!

tkdguy01 Sep 2018 2:48 p.m. PST

Pretty cool mini!

darthfozzywig Supporting Member of TMP01 Sep 2018 7:06 p.m. PST

Good find.

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