Friday, February 2, 2018

Mini of the Year 2017

The votes are in, and you've chosen from amongst the 10 most popular Minis of the Week from 2017. So who will take home the title of Mini of the Year?

All 10 of these models are fantastic, but there can only be one winner. Well, three, because I'm going to list the third and second place winners as well. After tabulating the votes here are your runners up for Mini of the Year.

Third Place

Stormcast Eternal Palladors by Chris Clayton

These are some truly fantastic models, and apparently you thought so as well! I really love how true to life the gold is and everything else on them is to an extremely high standard as well. I know these guys were going to be contender from the get go, and though they didn't take home the top award, they still held onto the podium with third place.

Second Place

Kalista by David on Blog de Kouzes

The moment I saw this model I was blown away by it. Everything about it is amazing, from the concept, to the conversion, all the way through the meticulous paint job. It was a close run though, only beating out the Stormcast Eternal Palladors by one vote for second place.

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First Place and Mini of the Year 2017

Nagash by Michal Pisarski

Taking home the gold, there could be no other but the mind blowing Nagash diorama by Michal Pisarski. Taking second place in the Crystal Brush as well as the Slayer Sword in the Golden Demon Classics 2017, this model is a true powerhouse. From early on it had a commanding lead, and it hung onto that lead throughout the voting period. Everything about his model oozes character and story. I have no doubt this will go down as one of the best Warhammer diorama pieces ever.

Well, that's it for 2017! You have decided upon the best model from all of last year, and I have to agree, that Nagash is amazing. Now we have another full year of Minis of the Weeks ahead of us, so prepare yourself for more stunning models every Friday!

Until next time,

Tyler M.

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