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Wow, great paintjob, but to me the base is awesome.

The water effect is very well done.

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Thanks all, the base was suuuupppper fun to make. And a learning experience. Next one I make with a bunch of water should go so much more smoothly.

 

Did you use a 2-part resin or the Realistic Water?

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Two part resin. Easy cast. It dries really clear, I mixed ink in to give it that color. The main problem I had with it was user error. I didn't make my seal tight enough so a bunch leaked out. I had to baby it for a few hours after the extra resin I had began to cure, pour a little in, then tilt it about to get it level again. Repeat. Also, after a couple hours of sanding trying to get it smooth on the sides, I got the bright ideas to just brush on some fresh resin. Worked like a charm.

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This is super cool. She was one of my fav minis from KS2 and I havent touched her.

Can you post some closeups of the dwarf/bear?

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That's terrific! I love seeing the bases you come up with for your miniatures, they're always really cool.

 

Do share how you pull it off.

 

 

Yes, please do.

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That's terrific! I love seeing the bases you come up with for your miniatures, they're always really cool.

 

 

Do share how you pull it off.

 

Yes, please do.

Thank you, I sure like making them. Next time i make one, I'll do an in depth WIP. Which should be soon, I'm thinking up one for my caeke minis right now in fact. :-D

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