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A Chance Encounter

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Finally completed this diorama I've been working on. I'm pretty well pleased with it, though I've debated adding some more wild grass to the setup to make it more wilderness. I had a lot of fun making it, the only downside is I had so much fun with it and now I'm eager to start another project but I'm not sure what to paint next!

 

I wish I had a better camera than my smart phone and a better place to take photos, so these will have to do!

 

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Thanks everyone! I had a lot of fun! I think I may go back and add some more wild grass tufts to better capture the wild wilderness of this scene and better establish that this is a chance meeting in a glade or clearing between two dangerous foes!

 

I wonder who will win, that Orc sure has an advantage with the high ground and that nasty looking sword!

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