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  1. ub3r_n3rd

    The Summoning (Sorceress & Worm)

    THE SORCERESS AND THE WORM The woman stood in the arid desert, her living book held in her hand and she read the arcane words from within. Her eyes glowing blue, she scanned the pages more intently, the mouth on the book uttered the strange tongue in concert, her upraised right hand became wreathed in flame and suddenly the ground erupted! The great sand worm roared forth at her summons to do her bidding and destroy her enemies... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Figures: Nonalla Ellinad / Great Worm Manufacturer: Reaper for both SKU #'s: 03667 / 77006 Materials: Pewter / Bones Plastic Sculptors: Bob Ridolfi / Michael Brower WIP Pics: Located Here! This piece is for my Summer 2014 Figure Exchange partner, figured I'd go ahead and post it up now and leave the guessing as to WHO is going to get it. Anyhow, you may see the "Dune" theme that I used throughout with the colors and a few other tiny details. I also used Velcro on the piece which is super-glued to the bottom of the figures 1 inch base and 2 inch base, this allows them to be used in gaming at the table at normal scale and then be attached to the display base when not in use and not have to worry about them falling off if bumped. Warning! Picture heavy due to the nature of the piece with 2 figures. Comments and Critiques are welcomed & appreciated, thank you for looking!
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