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After a lot of work and patience ... not to mention delays for surgery and rehab ... I present to you: The Old Way A diorama display base made from a cork mat (coaster, under plants, hot pad). If you followed the WIP then you know the story behind the piece but here's a revised summary ... "The Old Way â€¦ that road found in post-apocalyptic, fantasy societies that the current society has no clue how they made it. Once the road way in this piece was created by such builders that it lasted for millennia. At least until the water changed course and eroded the road bed and shifted the land. Now there are only small reminders of the once great society in a wondrous slice of creek bed." And a recap of what went into it ... The foundation are two cork rounds atop MDF. The land is made with more cork added to create the higher points. Ground red foam foliage surrounds a sculpted tree stump. A small pool of water sits atop the small hillock jutting into the creek. Flagstone pavers still remain clustered together for strength showing the shards of the Old Way. The creek bed is made from actual sand and the flora and moss in the water is more ground foam. Realistic Water covers the creek bed and pool of water. Now for photos ... Top views ... Close ups of the creek bed ... As always I appreciate any comments or suggestions and would be happy to answer any questions regarding the piece.
WIP :: The Ogre Chieftain Blues Yes, I have a lot of WIPs. Big whoop. What's one more? When you have nearly a 1,000 20 minis any paint is good. So here is Reaper's Kagunk, Ogre Chieftain and he's trying out a new look. Well for me anyway. I basecoated his skin in blue, Vallejo Deep Sky Blue Then started blending Reaper's Tanned Shadow over it. I'm liking the looks so far. Yeah, there's a lot of white left to cover but it was more about the skin to start. When he's finished, since I took the time to remove his integral base, I plan to put him on this cool WoldStand display base directly. It'll almost look like a large tree's cut stump.[/size][/size]