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It has been a busy month:
 
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Finari 

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Astrid the Bard

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Mummy lich

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Townsfolk with broom

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Terrible pirate, finaela

Her torso and legs seem to be different scales.  Her breasts could be that low, if she was a old women with several kids, but the bikini wouldn't hang like that.  If I re-carved her chest and added a breastplate it might look better, but still not perfect.  

1: Has anyone else painted her?

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Well of Chaos 

the water stain is not as dark as I would like, and I'm not sure the white glue in the basin worked very well, I considered adding a stream of water 2: how do you create a stream of water?

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GW Clanrat - with basing! 

this was from a basing thread, it was allot of fun! 

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I'll add some commentary in a bit.  One thing the Finaela, the terrible pirate is just a bad mini.  I should probably just pitch it.  

 

unfinshed wall of ghosts -

So I was attempting to replicate the successful look of my large fire elemental. It goes white-yellow-orange-red.

after talking it over with my wife, i decided that it needed more colors - If I add dark green to near black, it will add more of an undead feel, and probably look better.  

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RE: Stream of water: Woodland Scenics Water Effects. It's thick, like a paste, and dries pretty clear. You take some on the end of a toothpick or modelling tool, and work it up into a stream, connecting it to the spout and to the basin. I did one, and it took me about 5 minutes to make a...1/2 inch (or so) stream of water. It's not a long process, but you have to let it cure fully before you work on it again.

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RE: Stream of water: Woodland Scenics Water Effects. It's thick, like a paste, and dries pretty clear. You take some on the end of a toothpick or modelling tool, and work it up into a stream, connecting it to the spout and to the basin. I did one, and it took me about 5 minutes to make a...1/2 inch (or so) stream of water. It's not a long process, but you have to let it cure fully before you work on it again.

Another trick i have seen (but not tried) is to use a piece of fishing line.  Cut to length and glue one end to the pool and the other to the spout.  Then build up water effects (or super lgue) like dsmiles said.  Gives you a base to adhere to.

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