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I hate escort missions! ReaperCon diorama

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I've started working in earnest on my diorama entry for ReaperCon... Nothing like waiting till the last minute...

 

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First I figured out placement, then carved out the wall.

 

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And now I'm working on actually painting it up.

 

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I have no idea if I'm going to be able to pull off the OSL effect or not. 

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Off to a good start!!

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I like the composition.

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Really nice job carving the wall!

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Good work on that wall!

Nice idea and minis.

 

Good luck!

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looks like an awesome idea! And I also hate hate escort missions! lol

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2 minutes ago, Guildenstern said:

looks like an awesome idea! And I also hate hate escort missions! lol

Who doesn't??

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This is great!  

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They may suck, but I think they're probably the second most common adventure hook after Random Person in Tavern.

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