Tuesday, June 8, 2021

'Dim & Dimmer', Two-Headed Giant for 'Moonstone'

Continuing on with my obsession with all things 'Moonstone', here is 'Dim & Dimmer', a rather cantankerous two-headed giant, out for a stroll and a bit of lunch. 

Again, similar to many of the models for this game, there is a wonderful sense of whimsy and character to this fellow (these fellows?). I love the cow over their shoulder and the 'bagged lunch' hanging from their belt.

I had a bit of fun painting the tattoo on their belly. I figured the ubiquitous t-shirt meme 'I'm With Stupid' (with a Giant's take on the spelling) would be a suitable tag on their expansive gut.

In game terms, 'Dim & Dimmer' is quite unpredictable as they're largely governed by random card draw, but if the stars align, then opponents are likely to end up as a bagged lunch. :)

Thanks for dropping in. I hope you're having a terrific day!

-Curt

20 comments:

  1. Loved playing these guys last week Curt. I had missed the tattoo - shades of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

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    1. Yes, it was a hoot to have the gang all together and what better way to celebrate that with a light-hearted game like Moonstone.

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  2. Brilliant stuff once again dude - "they" look fantastic.

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  3. Great looking figure full of character. Would Moonstone work as a solo game?

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    1. Thanks very much! I'm afraid due to the interactive game mechanics it would be difficult to play solo. The rules are available free on the Moonstone website if you wish to take a look to see if something could be adapted.

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  4. Very comical and painted just lovely Curt!

    Christopher

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  5. They look great,lots of lovely details!
    Best Iain

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    1. Cheers Iain. They are packed full of detail, for sure.

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  6. More great brushwork Curt! Definately an interesting sculpt!

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  7. Wonderfully whimsical, Curt. :)

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  8. Simply brilliant in execution and choice of colours!

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