Anyway, this review is about the Juggernaut Siegfried, the bigger brother of Goliath. And man what a muscular guy this is! For a muscular juggernaut-lover like myself this is pretty much heaven. It is reminding me of another miniature I own; Mierce’s Carroweck miniature, also sculpted by Simon. Although, this one is slightly heavier if i remember correct.
The package arrived fast and well packaged, no chance anything breaks here! Well opened the mini consist of 7 details – body, weapon, cape and three optional head choices.
The mini full of really small sharp details, like on the boots and belt. Skin texture is great too.
Big axe. I dig it.
Three optional head choices, two of them is supposed to go with the moose type horns, but can without that much problem be altered if that’s unwanted.
Also the cape is optional, and no work is needed on the miniature if that’s unwanted. Hmm. Was certain I didn’t want it on my mini, but now im not so sure as it looks pretty neat and add some dynamic. Lets see.
Above, a size comparison with a well-known miniature….
To me its hard not to love this model. If there is aaaaanything slightly “negative” to write, it’s the fact that all the head options looks kind of similar. One helmet, one regular barbarian head and something mutated/dead had for example been little bit more fun.
Here is a painted example by great painter Martin Grandbarbe aka Bangdoll.
Hope to paint mine in the nearest future too, stay tuned!