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Assembled the Crypt and glued the fence and tombstones in place.

 

 

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Excellent! I really like where this is going!

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 Nice touch with the stained glass ... I like the aged look to the metal too ... looking forward to seeing it finnished.

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12 minutes ago, Boaz said:

 Nice touch with the stained glass ... I like the aged look to the metal too ... looking forward to seeing it finnished.

 

Thx, I used the Scale 75 Inktense inks for the stained glass after I divided the parts with Reaper Walnut Brown.

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Nice job with the added flocking, dirt, leaves, etc. It really brings it to life . . . err . . . death . . . errr undeath? 

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LOOKIN' GOOD! It the little touches like the leaves & static grass that make a scenery piece special.

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5 hours ago, Gargs said:

Nice job with the added flocking, dirt, leaves, etc. It really brings it to life . . . err . . . death . . . errr undeath? 

 

4 hours ago, malefactus said:

LOOKIN' GOOD! It the little touches like the leaves & static grass that make a scenery piece special.

 

Thx guys!

The Skeleton rising from the grave needs to be added and I need to paint the tombstones.

Almost there!

 

For the next piece ( I have another Crypt) I will position it more diagonally so it won't look too square.

 

I used a tub of leaves, those are nice to work with.

 

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10 hours ago, lowlylowlycook said:

For something with such bright colors it's amazingly creepy.

 

Mission accomplished!

 

Thank you!

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Time for some more Undead goodness.

 

This is a Bones Death Shroud from Bones III

A Female Necromancer from Ironwind Metals.

Base is resin from Tabletop Art

Candles from Ristul's Market

Book from Table Top Art.

 

 

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Primed the Necromancer

 

Death Shroud - Applied Andrea White nr.1

 

Base- Andrea White nr. 1.

           Scale 75 Inktense Wood

           Reaper Grey Liner

           Reaper Sepia Liner

 

 

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Basecoated in Scale 75 Chestnut Ink and a mix of Inktense Green and Inktense Yellow

 

 

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