A collection of miniatures for our fantasy RPG setting.

In Arcadia, most inhabitants are known as "Animas", sentient bipedal evolutions of all manner of different animals.  Most of the party in our campaign are Animas of one type or another, with the notable exception of Squalor, who is a Glint- a fire spirit living inside a metal armor body. 

More Animas.  Most are stock models from various sources, but the crab is a conversion using parts from a hermit crab toy.

Two inhabitants from Scrimshaw- a rather garish wizard, and a Gnomish inventor (model from wrath of kings)

Animas come in a wide range of sizes, such as these giant rat types (from the Aftermath board game).  The Lion ogre is a mix of parts from Games Workshop minis.

Various animas creatures that will show up later in our campaign...

Another example of scale range, these rabbit models were borrowed from my Gamma World minis collection.

These giant Lupines are prepainted models from Confrontation, and look great with just a simple brown enamel wash.

Some of the strangest Animas are Piscenes, or fishmen.  This toy crab makes a fun addition.

Humans also inhabit Arcadia, although they are a minority.  Most of these figures come prepainted with town accessory kits, and recieved a dark brown wash to add some depth.

Some more dangerous humans, including a berserker converted from a dollar store He-Man figure.

Beer Golems are an amusing invention of the ancient human empire of Panjandrum.

A less amusing invention are these Gloomhounds, found guarding tombs.  Models from Warmachine.

The race known as Glints might also be a product of the Panjandran empire.  These D&D golem figures were converted with heads from Games Workshop knights.

Rumours of the Panjandrans dabbling in Necromancy are supported by the number of undead appearing in their ancient ruins. 

Ghouls from Games Workshop and Descent: Legends of the dark.

Skeletons from Games Workshop.

This Bat Sorceror, along with the Bone Golem, are from the Wizkids D&D figures and can be found pretty cheap and prepainted.

Scorpions from the Aftermath board game, and a Bone Scorpion from Games Workshop.

Other D&D models include this Mimic and Rust monster.  The clockwork beast is a mix of parts from Puppet Wars, Warmachine, and Epic 40k.

Some even stranger creatures- the beast on the left is converted from a toy dinosaur inspired by a build seen on Bill Making Stuff.  The other lizard is a dollar store dinosaur figure.

This hideously adorable monstrosity is made with wings from a toy dragon and head from a toy dinosaur, stuck onto an old Games Workshop chaos hound.

These pack animals are made from dollar store dinosaurs, loaded up with gear from various miniatures.