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My Secret Sophie Gift to Inarah: Peryton (03702)


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Absolutely lovely work. You've inspired me to paint one as a fae mount.

 

Spectacular basework.

That sounds interesting!

Any idea which Fae would be the rider yet?

 

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Not yet. I'm still working on a couple other projects. Got my own Secret Sophie to get out and might PM you for basing advice. :D

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Not yet. I'm still working on a couple other projects. Got my own Secret Sophie to get out and might PM you for basing advice. :D

 

Ask / PM away! I love to help, or at least offer tips!

 

You can look at a post I did on basing a bit ago, if you haven't seen it...

 

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Yup, saw, read, and why I thought to ask you. :D

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I'm curious about the rocks on the base. Did you make them? What are they or where did they come from. 

They come from GW, an old Urban Basing kit that I bought when I was into 40k.

 

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Not really sure what it is, but it almost seems like it is bleached slate? Or maybe some sort of crushed pale stone that 'shears' into flakes like slate?

 

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