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OUTSTANDING! The scene is SO LAVISHLY detailed that, no matter how often it is visited, it will reward the viewer with something that had previously gone unnoticed. VERY WELL DONE!

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Wow!  Love it!  The feathers look good.  There's so much to take in.  Very awesome scene.  Somewhat Malefactian, which is some of the best praise I can give.

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37 minutes ago, TaleSpinner said:

Wow!  Love it!  The feathers look good.  There's so much to take in.  Very awesome scene.  Somewhat Malefactian, which is some of the best praise I can give.

 

Thank you!

And many thanks for your advice!

 

Malefactian is indeed high praise!

 

39 minutes ago, malefactus said:

OUTSTANDING! The scene is SO LAVISHLY detailed that, no matter how often it is visited, it will reward the viewer with something that had previously gone unnoticed. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you!

It means a lot to me that you like my terrain, I was inspired by you to start making some terrain.

A lot of fun was had!

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28 minutes ago, Tripleh5133 said:

Looking good. If jungles were truly like that, I's be staying in the city.

 

Thank you!

 

Well, there was a city there....once...

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43 minutes ago, PingosHusband said:

Very nice. 

 

Thanks, I appreciate it!

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I love it, great job oh glittery one!  The paint on the ruin especially does an outstanding job really making it look like it's made of old stonework.

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8 minutes ago, Erifnogard said:

I love it, great job oh glittery one!  The paint on the ruin especially does an outstanding job really making it look like it's made of old stonework.

 

Thanks!

Happy you approve!

 

Kaladrax's base makes a nice ruin, I only had to hide those big coins under putty.

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It's SO AWESOME! That slick eel and the cloudy water deserve special praise, as does the perfect ground cover and the weathering on the ruins.

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22 minutes ago, Rigel said:

It's SO AWESOME! That slick eel and the cloudy water deserve special praise, as does the perfect ground cover and the weathering on the ruins.

 

Thank you!

I'm glad you like it!

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Wow - great to see this all together - so much to love, so much to come and revisit - creative and well done, detailed without being cluttered. Inspirational!

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