Originally, this place was created to host pictures of a special fan game played using Kev Adams figures only - hence its name, "The Kev Adams Challenge". With the assistance of several dedicated contributors, it quickly grew into a gallery and resource site of Kevin "GoblinMaster" Adams' fine works :)
Given the stupendous number of figures he has sculpted in his career, the original title of this blog still applies, as it is a challenge to try and display even a decent fraction of his production indeed!

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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Harlequin Orc Conversion

From the collection of Pete Brown: "Harlequin Orc, made by Kev and moulded by me in our time together at Harlequin, its dated on the bottom of the base (which is made from balls of green-stuff putty that would be spare after Kev finished his work) KA 08 – 96. The Orc himself is a Harlequin one which Kev did a little extra work on (the face on the axe and the bag are added) but the most wonderful thing about this is the base, which as I say is made of extra putty, but covered with detailing that just oozes Kev… Mushrooms are a long term theme of his work as are skulls and goblin faces. The work on the little leaves in the front of this are… excellent and painted into one of the tiny rocks is the Hindu symbol for Peace. I entered this item in a GenCon painting competition in 1996, where it came first by a country-mile."

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