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I don't remember if i have already posted a message about my blog (Since 2014) :
If you are interested in conversions about figurines (mainly 28mm) and terrain.
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Some of my work are present on this forum like :
This is a french edition but the Translate button could be very useful to get the feeling of my work (lots of pictures and step by step to help you to understand.
PuzzleLock is 3d printable terrain for creating dimensional maps for your RPG games. The tiles connect together on the tabletop like a jigsaw puzzle! I have already created and tested PuzzleLock Caves and PuzzleLock Dungeons, now I am running a Kickstarter to raise funds to create additional playsets. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/zandoria/puzzlelock-playsets
We are 298% funded in our second week! I hope that you will check it out!
My first show off thread! Not because I am prouder of these than anything else, more that these were close to hand when I considered taking photos and keeping more of a visual record of my mini painting adventures.
OH's dad and partner got me these, amongst other, Otherworld Miniatures for Christmas and I thought these were really fun sculpts! I did these in one evening (and maybe another half hour the next day), and I'm happy with their table-top level quality. I used aquarium plant on the bases and I'm thinking I may go back and paint over that as it is quite bold- but for now I consider these done!
Unfortunately I can't foresee these swamp-dwellers making an appearance in my City dwelling d&d campaign, but you never know!
It's a quiet morning. Mrs McCarthy sweeps the church vestibule. (77088: Townsfolk: Grandmother)
Lady Frances and Lady Rebecca admire the new flower beds in the church garden. (59009: Mad Scientist and 50327: Victorian Ladies)
It's a beautiful day, what could possibly go wrong?
The blue dress was inspired by this painting:
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