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Really lovely. I'd love to see a scale comparison shot, though.

I do love all the texture you've managed to pick out, especially on the hillside.

 

My one critique is that the thatched roof looks very similar in color to the stone around it (both the hillside and the stone walls). I would think it's easily fixed with a glaze over the roof of either a warm brown or a dark yellow (depending on older or newer thatch). It may also be my monitor, so ignore me if it isn't so similar in person!

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28 minutes ago, Sanael said:

Really lovely. I'd love to see a scale comparison shot, though.

I do love all the texture you've managed to pick out, especially on the hillside.

 

My one critique is that the thatched roof looks very similar in color to the stone around it (both the hillside and the stone walls). I would think it's easily fixed with a glaze over the roof of either a warm brown or a dark yellow (depending on older or newer thatch). It may also be my monitor, so ignore me if it isn't so similar in person!

 

Actually, it is very similar, and I don’t disagree with you.  The issue, though, is that the roof isn’t thatch. It’s sculpted to be wood shingles. If it had a little less texture, I’d do it as brick tiles for contrast...

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The wood shingles could do with a bit different colour, maybe slihtly brown, to differentiate it from the stonework, but the paintjob is beautifully done. 

 

I don't really do scenery pieces, but I'm beginning to regret not getting this one...   

It looks kind of awesome with paint on...

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3 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

 

I don't really do scenery pieces, but I'm beginning to regret not getting this one...   

It looks kind of awesome with paint on...

 

I need a lot of them as a war gamer; I’m hoping Oathsworn will eventually do the all-terrain Kickstarter they’ve talked about, at some point. Now that I did this one, I need to go back and do the mystic circle from the Kickstarter last December. 

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Lovely job - the house looks great!

 

7 hours ago, Rob Dean said:

...I’m hoping Oathsworn will eventually do the all-terrain Kickstarter they’ve talked about, at some point....

We're trying to figure out how to do it; box sizes and the weight of resin pieces limits lot of our usual shipping options. Hopefully we'll work something out...

 

 

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14 hours ago, Sanael said:

Really lovely. I'd love to see a scale comparison shot, though.

 

Here you go. Sir Forescale is probably viewing the door as suitable for a crawl space, but the mouse ranger and the vintage Heritage Dungeon Dwellers halfling look right at home (to me).

 

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2 hours ago, Lovejoy said:

 

We're trying to figure out how to do it; box sizes and the weight of resin pieces limits lot of our usual shipping options. Hopefully we'll work something out...

 

I hope you do; I will happily buy anything you put out, based on what I’ve gotten to date. ::D:

 

On color, by the way, here’s an alternative, painted by my brother last week:

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He interpreted it as constructed of bricks...

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