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I love the dragons, and the bases you made for them inspired my own complex base for blightfang. 

 

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What did you use to make a picture collage?

 

It's Photoshop. I shot most of the minis against a neutral grey background (a Kodak grey card, to be precise), then filled in any blank spots with plain 50% grey.

 

I originally had them 600 pixels wide, but thought it looked a little overwhelming and space-greedy, so I halved their size and doubled up -- otherwise they were going to be one big column.

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