Had a couple of oldies to paint up which proved to be a really nice change from everything else I've been working through this year. As nice as some models are, they can wear you down a bit with the mountains of fiddly detail or the realistic sculpting styles that have you straining to paint faces and the like. Some nice chunky old school caricature can be the perfect antidote.
I don't know too much about the 'Hamburger Wizard' other than it being Citadel and listed as 'unreleased'. I don't know if it was originally known by that name but I recall some discussion years ago somewhere online as to whether he's offering a burger or a muffin on a napkin covered plate. I've seen both ideas painted in the past so when I was asked to do this fella I had to check which way to go. Burger it was! Love the details on the model from the teddy bear and treats to lure the children to the severed heads of his victims. I do wonder whether the kiddy killing aspect of the model had anything to do with it not getting released, but then again I'm sure someone will have a far simpler explanation.
There's also an old Citadel half-orc and a resin mutant 'dog' which I can't place so no idea who makes it. Fun to do and a bizarre skin colour for the orc. He's supposed to be some kind of vampire henchman I think. I wasn't sure it would look right but it turned out quite nicely in the end.