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This was my entry in the Reaper Facebook Quarterly Painting Contest. I wanted her to look like she is living in a magical cavern. I had a whole vision for how I wanted her base and I mostly pulled it off. She turned out pretty much how I envisioned her. It took way more work than I anticipated but I learned a whole lot about making scenic bases! I ended up buying a router and having my husband help me create the cave in the side of the plinth.
She sits on the base so I can still grab her and put her on the table for D&D if I want to. My only issue with her is that she is difficult to photograph! I don't have a good picture of the back.
Tomb Guardians Miniatures :: DragonLock Ultimate Dungeon Tiles - Magic Circle :: Thrym Project #PiSliceBy Thrym
Welcome to this Thanksgiving holiday WIP already in progress. This was my project while waiting for dinner today.
This 3D printed dungeon dressing, spell effect or future demon base is from Tomb Guardian Miniatures out of Ohio. I had to sand out some low-res ridges and some connection points but it was quick work.
I already painted the interior of the symbols and lines with bright colors. Reaper Candlelight, Reaper Runic Glow and Cavboss Coolant Green as well as Vallejo Stencil.
The stonework is Reaper Dungeon Grey, naturally.
Up next is to add the glow effect to the runes and lines and perhaps speckle and mark up the stonework with another couple of greys.
Enjoy and stay tuned.
Finished him rather quickly because he was a breeze to paint. No assembly required is always welcome.
Only complaint I might have is these reaper models with already sculpted thick bases that I have to try and work around to base the figure myself.
Steals away some of the creativity and fun.
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