Elora, the Gnome Heroine - Scratch Supply Co.
Elora, the Gnome Heroine - Scratch Supply Co. Elora, the Gnome Heroine - Scratch Supply Co. Elora, the Gnome Heroine - Scratch Supply Co.
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Sculpture: Jonatán Monerris
Painting: Marc Masclans
Material: Resin
Number of parts of the kit: 2
Scale: 54 mm

WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BUYING THIS BUST:

– Hello? This is an incredibly cool wizard!
– This new and amazing fantasy bust by Jonatán Monerris is the perfect balance between realism and a certain cartoon touch that allows all sorts of freestyle paintjobs, like the fantastic one that Arnau Lázaro did for the boxart.
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.

“No matter if you embark on a trip, start a voyage or initiate a journey, you have to be sure that you allow the experience to change your inner self”. The old man

Elora woke up early that Sunday. The task ahead was not particularly exciting, but someone had to do it. The other women of the village did the laundry normally during the week, so they could go together and gossip all morning, but she preferred to make that task alone, so she could benefit of the tranquillity and enjoy the sounds of nature.

She prepared the basket for the laundry and, in the final moment, decided to throw in her trusty small sword; the Goblins from the Cross-Eyed Ram tribe were getting bolder every day and news already had arrived about their raids on other Gnome villages.

When she arrived at the river shore, she smiled at the perspective of some quality time with herself. But soon after unpacking the laundry, a faint cry drove her attention to a thick group of rushes. Beside them, in a small basket was a small bulge wrapped in a blanket… It was a baby! A human one! She picked the toddler and the creature instantly ceased crying and looked at her amused.

Her mind still was confused and full of questions when the turmoil began, followed by the distinct war cry of a Goblin warchief. There was no time to loose and the curse of action was crystal clear; maybe there was no time to escape, but nobody was going to hurt that baby. She drew her sword and prepared for the upcoming charge…