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snitchythedog

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  1. Very nice job all around. Same here. Space is becoming an issue in my garage.
  2. I did a tutorial on those years ago. It is still up on the old teregenesis site. Just duck duck or googlefoo snitchythedog and birch trees. Very cheap and easy.
  3. Completely missed the metal one. Have a new model for my wish list. πŸ‘
  4. I could but it is not worth the effort. Past about a foot they are not discernable and the 3d printed layers show well closer up. It was just a fun little project much like my trap markers.
  5. Finished a second one. Over the top on gore but still fun. Might use these in a dead end trap room. Have the swarms released once the players are all the way in.
  6. I like it as is. It is after all ethereal and should look different. Maybe tint the white slightly green or yellow to blend it a bit better.
  7. β€œListen, those terrapin got a viscous streak a mile wide, they're killers. Just look at the bones!" I was testing out my 3d printer by printing the same file at different scales. I had to decide what I was going to do with all those tortoise that I printed. I figured a tortoise swarm would be frightening.
  8. That eel is spectacular.
  9. It is used to simulate masses of branches in trees and bushes. You cut chunks out of the mass of rubberized hair, tease it out to separate the fibres a bit, glue it in place, trim to shape then use spray adhesive to add the flocking. It gives you more natural looking foliage. Used it in all of these. Heather Oaks Birch Pines were scratch built using a different technique.
  10. I posted the same toot on the Leadadventure Forum and someone put out a link for a stateside company that is supplying it on that side of the pond. Cheaper than a pony. πŸ‘
  11. Yours are the best two examples that I have seen painted. Well done.
  12. They have me at more lizard men. Still waiting for the stirges. πŸ˜’
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