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I'm making some wreckage counters for ship battles. I have a scenario in mind where the heroes have to pick up survivors from a shipwreck. There may or may not be a giant squid involved...

 

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Awesome, good water effect!

 

Hmm, you could make a small token like this with a Sharkfin sticking out...

Dadum...dadum... dadum....

 

And of course you will need a Kraken!

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1 hour ago, Sharkbelly said:

I have a giant octopus that's modeled to be on the top of the water. As well as the Reapern Bones kraken. No shark fins yet, though. That's a great idea.

 

I'm helping!  :upside:

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9 hours ago, Sharkbelly said:

I have a giant octopus that's modeled to be on the top of the water. As well as the Reapern Bones kraken. No shark fins yet, though. That's a great idea.

Shouldn't be to hard to sculpt a few on a few bases with GS and then add the flotsam and water effect,,,,

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True enough! I'll have to get on that. Meanwhile, I finished painting the wreckage counters.

 

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The barrels are from Renedra. I used two for the counters, and then assembled and painted the rest, too.

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