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Otherwise titled by my daughter as: Zombie Friends Are Bowling Together

Dedicated to my awesome little girl. She loves Scooby Doo and is fascinated with all of my plastic D&D junk. Funny seeing things from a much younger point of view.

 

4 Reaper minis were painted for this. The 2 ghasts, the archway/crypt gate and the Hero ranger.

 

A bit R rated...Hope you enjoy :)

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WOW lips. That is pretty cool. I like the river of blood. I think the scene is a nifty idea as well.

 

I got to ask though, what kind of bowling alleys have you been taking your little girl to?

 

lol

Now everytime I see that Ghast lord, I see him bowling those skulls.

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Woodland scenics water effects. I picked it up in Michaels, a local craft store. I scraped some of the wood from the base to make a crevasse and poured it in. Then I mixed the pool with Reapers red blood plaint using a toothpick.

Then I pulled some of the liquid out with the toothpick and splattered it around. Glad you like it :) I've only been doing this for a few months myself, so it was a experiment that actually worked out nicely.

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