Harlequin Minotaur

In the late 1990s Harlequin miniatures was the Mantic of the day. Making cheap, no-brand minis specifically aimed at Warhammer Fantasy. The used several sculptors with a variable results. Many og the minis they released were just terrible. But then there were the minis by Kev White. The same Kev White known for Hasslefree Miniatures these days.

Here is one:


This is one of the few Kev White Harlequin minis I did not own back in the day. Luckily I was able to trade for it some months ago, together with several other goodies.

And now it is painted. I opted to do this one simply and not go piebald or ruin it with bad tattoos. I suck at freehand.



Harlequin Miniatures, late 1990s

sculpted by Kev White


50mm base


Painted so far this month: 20  / 31.  11 to go!

Painted so far this year: 84 / 365. Just 281 to go!

Categories: Harlequin, Metal, Random Fantasy, Trade forumsTags: , ,

1 comment

  1. Nice work on this one, mate. Keeping the skin tones brown is much more relaistic and appropriate anyway as most cattle have quite short fur, similar to horses. They’re not yaks, after all!

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Tom Trussel

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