Thursday, November 29, 2012

Land of the Lost: Prehistoric Pulp Hunting Parties So Far

Slow, steady progress for the Prehistoric Pulp project continues, much like the glaciers that will eventually cover most of their world. Luckily the '200 club' at The Warhammer Forum is a year-long project, because I don't have a lot of time for my creative projects, but it is nice to know I have it and the goal to finish.

This month I only finished the raptors but with the year one fourth finished since the 200 club started, it was thought a good idea to get a group shot. Since my project isn't a single army, but an entire setting for the skirmish game, I took some action shots in the prehistoric lands.

It's been dark & rainy, so photos are not the best but there could have been a lot of volcanic smoke in the air

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A Caveman tribe's defense against the encroachment of the Planta is interrupted by a hunting Raptor pack!
This has woken the formidable Gigantogorillini. The confusion distracts all from awareness of an even greater threat in the distance.


Lots more of this project in the year to come... more cavemen, neanderthals, great apes, great hominids, saurinids, and more.  

11 comments:

M R Lee said...

A good start here indeed.. and that large threat in the back.. mmm end boss INCOMING!!!!

Chris said...

Everything looks great, makes me want my own land of the lost.

Scott said...

Very nice set up there Ferret, it all goes together very well!

DFlynSqrl said...

Sweet looking setup so far LF.

styx said...

Nice setup!

Brummie said...

These look great sir!

Joseph Byrd said...

Super fun and well done man.
:D

Michael Awdry said...

I have a dream to do more prehistoric pulp and that dream looks like this! Wonderful work Sir.

Anne said...

Fabulous work Ferret.

Did you know that Darwin Games is running a Kickstarter in January? I'm getting in on that when it comes out.

Bill said...

Wheeee! wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!wanna play!

Llama said...

Hi there, really nice blog you've got going here.

Just wanted to give you a little tip about the old (really old) game Savage Empire, from the Ultima series by Richard Garriot.

It made me want to make a similar project like yours - despite the extremely dated graphics on this game.

Regards, Llama.

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