Tabaxi review

Hi buddies! Today we are going to end with the reviews of the commission by Daniel Trout. In the latest post I showed you Kleelux finished and today I am going to present you the Tabaxi, which is one of our favorite minis.

 Front

First of all, we are going to talk about the main changes that we did in this model before posing it. If we look at the head, we can see a new line of feathers and a change in the headdress orientation to give it more dynamism.

 Face

We added two cloths that hang from the hips to complement the armor pieces of the legs. We changed a bit this armor sections too, adding ceremonial engravings which are similar to those of the weapon and the chest armor.

 side

Lets take a look to the quiver! This is a really nice part of the miniature that includes the arrows and a weird tool, the Spear-thrower, or atlatl. This is a prehistoric tool used when the bows didnt exist, and with it the prehistoric tribes could throw the arrows farther and with increased precision. Dont you think that it is really cool? We love it!

 Quiver

On the other hand, we didnt do many changes to the weapon of this miniature. We could think that the edges of the flint parts are not soft enough, but this will really help the printer to detect these parts better and then, during the printing, they will become sharper.

This custom miniature, like Kleelux, has a scale of 35mm with a base of 25mm, a standard measure for DnD in its board mode.

What do you think about this miniature? Which one do you like more, Kleelux or the Tabaxi? Let us know in the comments!

See you!

Ragnarôk, the mindless goblin.

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