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A new park entrance (clay Golem)

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love the evocative colors!  great contrast. 

hand scuplted leaves ?  they look great 

Thank you!! Those Ivy vines are from a german company called mininatur, they have a lot of foliage stuff. These are scale 1/45 but fit nicely

 

That looks great! And those ivy vines are amazing!

Thank you!

 

Fantastic! Really nicely done.

Thanks Uber!

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Really good job! It looks super-realistic, did you use any real sites/photographs for reference?

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Really good job! It looks super-realistic, did you use any real sites/photographs for reference?

 

Thank you Pytt! I did a google search for "hole in brick wall" and found one pic that gave me the idea for how to position the ruble on the ground. Other than that its just pure fantasy and experimentation.

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The base is excellent and looks very realistic. Excellent choice of colours. The stark contrast with the Golem first made me think he looks a bit out of place, but it really focuses the gaze on him and I think a mutated creature would have a healthy glow to it.

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