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Thanks guys for the warm welcome, no special software was used....just basic windows paint. For the background It's just cheap foam with some texture & I also use jigsaw mats (cut up &textured also). I am the Dungeon Master for our D&D group so I usually set up scenes like this to inspire me for encounters and story prep... I must say there a some amazing artists here on the boards...always good inspiration as I'm constantly working on improving my miniature painting skills...

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