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I finished up my Dwarven Forge KS1 tiles this week. This picture includes all of my painted dungeon themed terrain (including 80 Stones Dungeon Tiles).

 

Three base sets

Three sets of stretch goals

Two Curved Wall Add-ons

Two Diagonal Wall Add-ons 

One Grand Stairs Add-on 

One Chamber of Sorrows Add-on 

 

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A little over half of the stuff pictured above was painted in the last week.

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That's an insane task.

 

Rest now, here have some coffee and cake!

 

They look good!

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Great job finishing them.  Having painted up a few HA pieces I can imagine the work that went into these.  Bravo!

Thanks!

 

That's an insane task.

 

Rest now, here have some coffee and cake!

 

They look good!

Thanks! Also, what is this "rest" you speak of? http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/67808-dwarven-forge-city-builder-terrain/?p=1396063

 

I may actually be forced into some rest if my wife gets her way. We might be going on a day-trip tomorrow to beat the heat.

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Maybe your wife is wise in this matter.

 

Enjoy!

The wife wins out. I am awake after only a few hours and packing...

 

The other terrain will have to wait and you guys will have to hold out by looking at this pic until I get back.

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Guess this means I need to paint all my stuff now.....

Should come up with an in campaign reason to need it all. Come to think of it they should be infiltrating a keep in a couple of weeks....

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Guess this means I need to paint all my stuff now.....

 

Should come up with an in campaign reason to need it all. Come to think of it they should be infiltrating a keep in a couple of weeks....

Feel free to use my WIP thread if you would like. I love the idea of seeing more people paint heir stuff!

 

That's a lot of dungeon, nice work!

Thanks!

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Any tips before I start?

Go back in time and order the painted ones...

Thought about it. Put the extra towards more terrain..

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Any tips before I start?

Go back in time and order the painted ones...

Thought about it. Put the extra towards more terrain..

 

This was my thought as well. I was able to get 30-35%+ more terrain for the price.

 

As far as my process, I personally set up assembly style and lay everything out on the table with like items grouped together. I also kept one piece nearby (the first one completed at each stage) to color-match along the way. A big brush helps speed things up greatly. I used the size 12 drybrush from Dwarven Forge along with their paints.

 

I also found that posting my progress was helpful to keep me motivated. Feel free to use my WIP thread as a group DF paint thread, if you'd like.

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