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Found 3 results

  1. Hey everyone, here's my second 77445, Goblin casualty marker. This original model was sculpted by Bobby Jackson.
  2. Hey everyone, here's another converted Goblin warrior. This one went under the hobby knife and will be used as a casualty marker. The original 77444, model was sculpted by Bobby Jackson.
  3. Hi folks, Decided to take a break from CAVs and make some treasure tokens after seeing a tutorial I on here. Although I cannot find where the original tutorial is now (edit: you can find it here http://http://www.reapermini.com/TheCraft/33). These two took two hours for my fiance and I to make. I'm generally happy with how they came out, although the one lesson that I learned is that you need to make anything that sits with the gold very, very bright. When I painted the gemstones and the weapons I thought at first that they would look too ostentatious, but after adding the gold they kind of get drowned out. I also need to add another layer of dark wash to highlight the difference between the coins. But this was a fun project and I can see myself making more in the future. C&C always welcome!
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