Fantasy miniatures have been around for a very long time and are loaded with ideas and freaky concepts. In more modern times the designs have far more complex.
This Reaper metal mini is pretty fun. The oversized book, the owl he can't get rid of. Lots of fun stuff here.
Reaper Bones Ogre. Big mini, very affordable.
These are from Games Workshop. In the last couple of years I have found a few mini's from GW that have interested me. These Wraiths were pretty fun to do.
Reaper Bones on left, metal on the right. The metal takes the paint better.
Two metal mini's from Reaper Metal range. The Druid was lots of fun to paint.
Reaper Bones, decided to make her a Half-Orc for a DnD game.
Reaper Bones. This was a fun mini. The composition was a lot of fun.
A big metal beastie from the land of the dead.
From Dark Sword. This Elven Ranger was a lot of fun to do.
Raging Hero's Tabaxi and Ghosts character Shade of the Moon in Becca's Curse of Strahd game.
Bandai Tie Interceptor in 1/72
This Human Ranger is the one I chose for my character in The One Ring. 28mm in size. I added a large base as I wanted to add more detail.
This Fire Giant was a lot of fun to paint. She received a silver medal which I am very happy with.
This simple 28mm Mage was done a few years ago. Sometimes simple is good.
This Frost Guard Paladin comes from Raging Heroes
This Knowledge Keeper is from the Reaper Bones line. It is good for tabletop as it can take a lot of punishment. The downside is some softer details. If you are painting it just for display then the metal version is nicer.
This female Barbarian was fun to work on, she has a lot of gear on her. Including a spear and some tools. For a 28mm figure she has nice detail.