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When I first saw this model in Bones 1 I knew I had to do a custom piece. So, several months later, here it is.

 

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Now a closeup:

 

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And finally a top-down view of the base:

 

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Hope you guys like it, it's been one of the most fun projects I've ever done and I'm really happy with the colour scheme and how the base looks. Any comments and criticism welcome as always :)

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Thanks :) the dish in front was originally supposed to look like rubies (I wanted to add some red as a contrast to the yellows and golds) but it sort of became innards. The base itself should ideally look like a sun themed dais, I'm pretty happy how it turned out with the different golds. All the different golds on the model had different base colours as well to give variety

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Thanks for the kind words guys! If anyone is interested on my "to paint" table is a series of other sand-based creatures (mummies, giant scorpions, REALLY GIANT scorpions etc.) so I might look at putting them all together when done. Any areas for improvement? I know I'm far from the best painter on these forums and if anyone has advice I'm happy to hear it!

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