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This is a graveyard piece that is currently in the works for my tabletop adventure games. It is the graveyard at (Watchwall...see adventure map for location). This piece is (16"x14") with a ceiling tile base...I have given (4) views + a view of the vampire crypt with the vampire hunters (just to show size). The piece is about half done...I still have to add the weeds, ferns, ivy & vines, dead trees & dead ground cover and the varied overgrowth on the wall sections & columns...as well as the varied washes on the ancient walls...BUT THIS IS HOW IT LOOKS HALFWAY DONE.

 

The (2) square dirt sections will have skeleton bones & skulls showing as they are coming to life.

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That looks pretty incredible already. Are they all individual pieces, or is it all togther? Who makes it?

The piece is an assortment of varied sources. The wall sections are old (Heartbreaker)...the (2) crypts are solid white hard plastic casts (I do not know the company; might be Armorcast???)...the columns are wedding cake decorations...the grave stones are my own plaster casts with metal shields on each...the gravestone tops are my own cuttings & designs out of copper sheet.

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