Paper Minis: Asok’s Fringers Part 2

Here is a second set of paper minis created from Ryan “Asok Yeesrim” Rhodes’s illustrations used with his permission. Check out larger versions of the artwork at his gallery linked from his name. The first batch of Ryan-drawn minis can be found here.

More aliens out in the fringe

When the Vulptereen grows up he wants to be the Yuzzum

Here’s our first non-canonical alien species created by Ryan, named the Trog – which I thought looks a lot like the yet-unnamed stalk-eyed species created and drawn by Mike Vilardi for West End Games or perhaps a Zilkin which appeared in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Also, our first extra wide paper mini by way of the humongous Herglic, which takes twice the width.

Click here to download the set from Google Drive.

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Khairul Hisham J. is a tabletop RPG artist, writer, proofreader, translator, teacher, grad student and learner-in-general.


  1. I prefer to think that ‘stalk-eyed frog creature’ is just a common body plan in the Star Wars galaxy, like ‘humanoid’.

    • One thing I like about the Star Wars universe is the diversity of subspecies, like the Duros/Neimoidian, Trandoshan/Saurin, the five Nikto subspecies, two Aqualish subspecies, the colour-coded Twi’lek subspecies. Ironically you’d think the EU literature that would do this, but apparently it’s the films that forces the diversity either by design or mistake (Aqualish gloves error) which I think is somewhat unique.

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