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03430 :: Young Swamp Dragon :: Copper Dragon on Marbled Tiled Hex Base

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I should really scrounge around hardware stores for some leftover bits of natural stone tiles. It looks lovely!

 

Thanks.  I find tiles for similar stuff all over ...  Lowes, Home Depot, Tractor Supply, and even some Dollar Stores.  Not like Dollar Tree but shops that have odds and ends they buy.  Look in the big stores for stuff that's clearanced out because a tile or two on a mesh sheet are broken or missing.  They sell them to allow people to replace individual pieces, etc.  I have tons of these for bases about.

 

 

Nicely done!

 

Really nicely done on this dragon, such cool colors!

 

Looks amazing!

 

Nice patina!

 

Cool idea and great execution!

 

Awesome job, I love how this turned out!

 

Thank you, guys.

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