Plastic "heroic" 25mm scale gaming miniature (Reaper Bones #77262 "Vrock") with putty-modified head to work as a proxy for a Rotterhorn Griffon for use in an Iron Kingdoms Unleashed RPG campaign. Terrain elements include flooring, stairs, and decorative pieces made from plaster castings from Hirst Arts Castlemolds block molds, plus additional plastic terrain elements (the "Pillars of Good," the "Dragons Don't Share" broken stairway, and the "Kaladrax" broken statue head) from Reaper Miniatures in the background.
Originally this figure had a thin plastic vulture-like head pre-glued to the body, but it was fairly easily popped off. I used some Instant Mold to make a two-part push-mold impression of the head of a Privateer Press Rotterhorn Griffon model, then used some Apoxie Sculpt epoxy putty to make a new head (a bit distorted from the original, but that's okay), and some more putty for gap-filling and to texture in additional feathers around the neck area, plus some more putty for a loincloth.
(In the Iron Kingdoms universe, for some reason there are an awful lot of so-called "beasts" that have rather humanoid, anthropomorphic forms, and possess enough modesty that, even when encountered in the wild, they wear loincloths and such. Where the distinction lies between "beast" and "fantasy race," I'm not sure, since there are playable PC races such as Gatormen and the boar-man-like Farrow ... and ALSO there are "beasts" such as giant gator-humanoids and giant boar-humanoids, and then more conventional four-legged varieties of alligators and boars as well. It's just ... a weird thing about Iron Kingdoms, I guess.)
I then based it on a 40mm-diameter round "lipped" miniatures gaming base, painting facing cues used for the Iron Kingdoms RPG.