Mythic Articulations Releases 32mm Skeletal Fauns

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy
Oct 19th, 2014

Mythic Articulations knows that not just humans have skeletons that could get reanimated. So they’ve got new Skeletal Fauns available over in their webshop.


From the release:

Mythic Articulations has recently released a set of five skeletal fauns (satyrs), equipped with a mixture hunting bows and pan flutes, suitable for use in any undead 28-32mm fantasy army.

Mythic Articulations typically makes larger display models of “anatomically correct” cryptids – mythical creatures that do not exist in nature. From their website:

“Mythic Articulations was created in late 2013 with one goal in mind ? to create what nature won’t. More specifically, to create the skeletons and skulls of mythical creatures and cryptids. We offer a growing variety of replica osteological specimens of animals that you just can’t get anywhere else, because they don’t exist (or haven’t been proven to exist). Be it the elusive Bare-Fronted Hoodwink, the mighty Wolpertinger, or something else that you might have actually heard of, we’ll do our best to make it real. We use state of the art 3D Printing techniques to create each replica. “

Pieces are individually printed to order.

Sculptor Brian Richardson has scaled down and slightly redesigned his original six inch faun model to produce this set, which will look outstanding skirmishing in front of any skeleton army.

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  • surprize

    Fantastic concept.

    Bit of a disappointment that these are just 3D prints, rather than cast models. Means more expensive, they look a little “rough” so possibly not great printer resolution and from the description looks like material a little similar to reaper bones (flexible). Basically all I’m interested in is the final product (not the process) and the quality of the figures means at £4 a piece I feel they are not great value.

    • zane5546

      Just so you know, the roughness seems to come from a layer of grey paint sprayed over the figures. They’re made of a clear/translucent resin which is actually quite smooth.

      As far as the cost goes, you have a point, but any individually printed 3D sculpt is going to be more expensive than those cast on a massive scale. I felt it was worth it because the sculpts are really nice and totally unique. I’m using them as skeletal satyr psiloi (say that three times fast) which will skirmish in front of my skeletal hoplite phalanx!

      I have no connection with the company, I just really like their models and hope they scale down some of their other crytpid sculpts to 32mm!