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Here is some more of my recently painted 3D printed terrain.

Shattered Tomb Entrance, design by EC3D:

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Rock Pools, by Duncan Shadow

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Scatterblocks: Dwarven Fountain, designed by dutchmogul

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Ironhelm Bastion Ruins, designed by Printable Scenery

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