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Frankthedm

Earth Elemental

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the fig was started years ago. i finished it when i did up my ice elemental. Here is the pic.

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That is nothing short of phenomenal.

 

Using a majority of the grey, with patches of other, really gives it a varied look without it becoming "busy".

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Oh man .... now that's cool !

Freshly summoned, I agree jjpens77.

 

Well done Frankthedm, I really like the moss look and the stone color.

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OKay, get posting with instructions, I need to know how many pipe cleaners I'll need to make this one Franl. ^_^

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Cool beans! That's your best yet!

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Veeeeeery elemental. A beautiful job, indeed!

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Few years ago I decided to make an earth elemental based on the one in the 3E MM.

I started with a stick figure of pipe cleaners glued to the base. Took hot glue and started adding small rocks. I didn�t like the results and placed it on a shelf.

A little over a year ago I picked the fig back up. After selecting a collection of rocks and rock like pieces I used a tube of superglue to adhere them to the pipecleaner / hotglue frame. The fumes were something awful.

There was something about the legs that I didn�t like, that there were legs. Giving up on the 3e illo, I used a thick whiteglue and sand mix to fill out the bottom half of the fig and then took sand and smaller rocks to cover some of the rest of the frame and texture it.

It was primed it black and painted as shown above. with gloss sealed it to protect it. It was brought to game, used once as a summon bound to a ring I found with my sorcerer.

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