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Nearly finished with the Dungeon Dwellers special from Reaper. Will add a goblet (is that just red wine?) to the base and have a final go at highlights. 

The base is thin Cork sheet from The Range (if you are in the UK) layered up. It tears very easily but good for things like this. 

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