Glitterwolf

Jungle Photo Backdrop Board Terrain by Glitterwolf

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1 minute ago, knarthex said:

Very nice!

 

Thx George!

Your gifts were put to use in this one!

 

Glad you ,like it!

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Thant turned out great, Glitterwolf!    The layering and varying texture and palette of the plant life really looks authentic!

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6 hours ago, Chris Palmer said:

Thant turned out great, Glitterwolf!    The layering and varying texture and palette of the plant life really looks authentic!

 

Thanks Chris!

I was inspired by Malefactus and your work.

Building terrain pieces is really fun.

 

Now to get more storage room...

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Fantastic job Glitterwolf! It looks wonderfully lush.

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25 minutes ago, TheOldGuard said:

Fantastic job Glitterwolf! It looks wonderfully lush.

 

Thank you!

 

 

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Way too awesome!  I'm too jealous and need to give this a try at some point ::rolls up sleeves::  

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14 hours ago, vegascat said:

Way too awesome!  I'm too jealous and need to give this a try at some point ::rolls up sleeves::  

 

Thank you!

 

I have seen your Lizardman Temple.

You can do it!

 

 

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Very creative! I usually use paper and cardboard for the backdrops in my photos.

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4 hours ago, monoRAIL said:

Very creative! I usually use paper and cardboard for the backdrops in my photos.

 

Thx!

 

I usually use printouts, but since I paint a lot of minis for the Lost World Project I figured a nice backdrop board might be in order.

That, and after seeing the boars Malefactus had built and Chris Palmer's terrain, it seemed like fun.

And it was..

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great job on that door. It all looks very real-like 

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11 minutes ago, Tjrez said:

great job on that door. It all looks very real-like 

 

Thank you!

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This is really cool! And great idea with a 3D backdrop for the photos.

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1 hour ago, LarsM said:

This is really cool! And great idea with a 3D backdrop for the photos.

 

Thank you!

Malefactus started it with his Spooky Woods backdrop, that inspired me to do this.

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You did an absolutely amazing job on this, GW!!

I forget who made the comment about it being a cool reference photo, but I definitely agree with them, this looks like something out of National Geographic.

Fantastic job!:winkthumbs:

 

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1 hour ago, Chaoswolf said:

You did an absolutely amazing job on this, GW!!

I forget who made the comment about it being a cool reference photo, but I definitely agree with them, this looks like something out of National Geographic.

Fantastic job!:winkthumbs:

 

 

Thank you!

That would have been Vulture.

 

That's very flattering.

 

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