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This one has been on the desk for a long time. I really like the sculpt, but the cast is a pain as I find most of the older human sized Bones models. The Face was atrocious. Luckily he has a big hat. The photos are washed out but give a good idea of how he looks. He is too shiny for my tastes as the newer Testors Dullcote doesn’t seem to work as good as it used to. Unsure how I ended up going from a coal black duster to green, other than I had too much green paint out for the Marines I was trying to get off the shelf of shame.
One down and thousands to go! 😀
Bad photos, bad Bones cast, and tabletop paint job of Balto Burrowell the Gnome Wizard. Painted this one up as my sons kid character in hero kids. Fuego is a young kid who can cast some fire spells and has survived three adventures and he was on his own in the last one.
I am really beginning to loath these older human sized minis, but this is the closest I had to a human child for his character. Fairly simple base coat, washes, and highlights. I was having a lot of problems with my skin tone paints being too thin (even after several minutes on the vortex mixer). I guess that is the pit fall of no painting for months outside of terrain.
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By Lidless Eye
Just some more finished terrain from the Shadowfey set from Printable Scenery.
All were printed on my Ender-3 with the exception of some of the branches, the stump, and the bones, which were done in resin on my Elegoo Mars.
The Hallowed Mausoleums:
Stump, it's stump, it's in my heeeaaaaad:
Design by EPIC Miniatures.
Printed it on my Elegoo Mars.
Part of the Stygian Faction in my Desert Themed Project.
The expedition had ventured far into the Desert, eager to search for new specimens they had travelled farther than expected.
But what a great journey it had been.
The wagons were filled with animals they had found, some still alive in small cages, most preserved in bottles with alcohol.
Dr. Elisa Hartmann was thrilled, she was certain her colleagues at the University of Mosul would be envious of her findings.
Several unknown species of scorpions, lizards and birds and even a rare tortoise.
Suddenly Ahmed shouted : SNAKE!
Excited Dr. Hartmann ran to Ahmed, maybe it was a rare serpent?
She hoped so!
Ahmed came running towards her, TURN BACK! He shouted.
A bit confused Elisa stood still, Ahmed ran past her.
Surely Ahmed wasn't afraid of some snake?
And then she saw it.
It was bigger than a man and when it came closer she noticed the human torso with four arms.
Hypnotized by the image she stood there.
The University of Mosul would never receive the specimens.
Dr. Elisa Hartmann was reported missing.
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