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T'Raukzul, Great Wyrm Red Dragon & Treasure Hoard (Really Picture Heavy)

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This turned out fantastic. I'm a detail junkie so all the little bits and bobs in the treasure horde really make this come together for me. Coupled with your excellent paint work, I'm sure your players are going to love this. 

 

(Although they may dislike you for dropping that great beast on them)

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13 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

***Drops Jaw***

 

Awesome!

Thanks. I appreciate it. 

14 hours ago, Pochi said:

Nicely done! Great details on the base too!

I probably spent more time on getting the base put together from bits I had lying around than painting it. I also probably spent more money on the base than on the dragon miniature itself. 

17 hours ago, Wombat Warden said:

Some characters are in for a world of hurt. That's really cool. :)

They're already dreading it, like being Gestalt Mythic Pathfinder characters with elite Stat arrays isn't enough.

19 hours ago, eldamir said:

Looks awesome!! 

Thanks very much. 

20 hours ago, Evilhalfling said:

zonds that is a wonderful job.  love the dragon and the basing.  first rate. 

Appreciate it. 

20 hours ago, DanH said:

Fantastic! That is very impressive.

I love how dragons look when I'm done, but painting them is so tedious. 

21 hours ago, JGroeling said:

This turned out fantastic. I'm a detail junkie so all the little bits and bobs in the treasure horde really make this come together for me. Coupled with your excellent paint work, I'm sure your players are going to love this. 

 

(Although they may dislike you for dropping that great beast on them)

I had fun putting together all the bits, though I did notice several repeating details used in the resin treasure and pewter pieces. I honestly would have liked an even larger coin hoard, but I want sure how to pull it off without it becoming even more uneven. 

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Really love the gradients on the wings.

 

Also love that statue.  I'm envisioning the conversation that took place as it was added to the horde - "..and place that over by the wall....No, a little more to the right."

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7 hours ago, Clearman said:

Really love the gradients on the wings.

 

Also love that statue.  I'm envisioning the conversation that took place as it was added to the horde - "..and place that over by the wall....No, a little more to the right."

One of my friends looked right at the statue and mused that she was clearly a petrified adventurer.

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