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5 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:




2 hours ago, Warlady said:

Nice job!  I really like your green spell effect and the grimoire.



The Grimoire is written with Vallejo Dried Blood..

The green is a mix of Scale 75 Inktense Green and Inktense Yellow ( both Inks).

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11 hours ago, Othikent said:

Good work



I always like it when people take the time to like/comment.



9 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Cool vignette. 


Thank you, I knew I woanted to do something like this when I got that Necromancer.

I was just waiting for the right Ghost mini, and the Death Shroud is a good one for it.


9 hours ago, Dr Boom said:

Nice - those spirits are positively glowing !. Nice look on the ghost as well - it looks like it's made of the ectoplasm that you see in the old seance photos


Thx, he is done with the Andrea White Paint set.


9 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Very cool, love this diorama!


Thank you!

She is from Ironwind Metals, she might be a Ral Parth mould?


9 hours ago, malefactus said:

That is one spooky looking Sorceress. I think she is scaring the Ghost. A SPLENDIDLY painted & imaginative vignette. VERY NICELY DONE!


Thx Al!

It remains to be seen who is scared most in this one..


5 hours ago, jdizzy001 said:

Very dynamic. Tells a compelling story. 


Thank you, that was the goal, happy you agree.

6 hours ago, AutumnHare said:

Nice vignette, but that bikini just screams “chafing.”



I figure some chafing is the least of her problems.

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That green ectoplasm really makes the red hair pop! Great composition, balancing the vivid colors on the sorceress with the bleakness of the spectre. Taletha knows how to accessorize for raising the dead. The little grub-worm / maggots are a perfect grace note. 

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24 minutes ago, Rigel said:

That green ectoplasm really makes the red hair pop! Great composition, balancing the vivid colors on the sorceress with the bleakness of the spectre. Taletha knows how to accessorize for raising the dead. The little grub-worm / maggots are a perfect grace note. 


Thank you!

The spell effect is in inks from Scale 75.

The Maggots are part of the beautiful resin base.


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