Thes Hunter

77317: Bones Bed

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If I was a mini, I'd sleep in those beds. And as long as the pig is tidy and not gassy, the pig could substitute for a snuggly dog or cat, yeah? 

 

*thumbs up* 

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Those are some nice looking beds..... ^_^

 

I'm sure I'd say that even if I wasn't ready to climb into one for the night. :;):

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Good job on the beds!

Awesome highlights and shading, making "just some furniture" interesting!

 

BACON!!!!

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You knocked those beds out of the park.  Be careful if you put them in a dungeon though.  I can see players struggling with how to remove and carry the beds off as loot they look so good!  

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I love all the vivid bed sheets color and the wood looks very real. The pig looks amazing too. I like the rich pink color you were able to get with the shading.

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NIcely done. I actually need some beds to populate a mansion, totally spaced there was some in Bones.

 

Love the pig too!!

 

Curious, to make a double bed, could easily hack off 2 of the posts on each & stick em side by side?

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Nice work. Three beds that I might want to sleep in were I very small and a bed where somebody died. (That yellow bed .... ::P:)

 

And that's some pig. ::D:

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6 hours ago, InvisibleThumb said:

You knocked those beds out of the park.  Be careful if you put them in a dungeon though.  I can see players struggling with how to remove and carry the beds off as loot they look so good!  

 

Clearly, your players aren't pyromaniacs. I've seen mine light *each other* on fire. On purpose. 

 

But my players would probably feel bad about taking beds as fine as these and using them for kindling. ;) 

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7 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:

Nice work. Three beds that I might want to sleep in were I very small and a bed where somebody died. (That yellow bed .... ::P:)

 

And that's some pig. ::D:

 

 

I can can tell I painted the Red bed sheets 1st, the blue 2nd, the green 3rd and the yellow last. I was clearly running out of foxes to give at that point. 

 

Also in a dungeon someone has to have a grubby nasty looking bed. 

 

@haldir - yes, Andy designed them so they can stack on top of each other. It works pretty well.

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Good work on them, Thes!

 

It's nice to see you painting again, BTW.

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Its nice to be painting again. But truth be told. I painted these during the hangouts I was joining in January. Lol! So you might have glanced over and noticed me painting them! :lol:

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That pig looks so crazy realistic!!! And your beds turned out absolutely fantastic! ^_^

 

Nicely done indeed! 

 

Huzzah! 

--OneBoot :D

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WAY better than mine! Great job. Nifty little piggy, too.

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I had no idea these beds could be painted to this standard. Unreal.

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