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Original model, from board game Wander: Cult of Barnacle Bay, by Panda Cult Games.

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Customer requested a trident in the hand and a base. Couldn't find a freekkkin trident anywhere except some European company that couldn't get it here until after the deadline, so I had to mod a spear.

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Finished Product follows:

 

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C&C or things to do better next time would be much appreciated.

 

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Nicely done. The only thing I could think of would be to have the fingers curled around the trident. Not sure how possible that would be without knowing the material the mini is made of.

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9 hours ago, Othikent said:

Nicely done. The only thing I could think of would be to have the fingers curled around the trident. Not sure how possible that would be without knowing the material the mini is made of.

Thanks for the suggestion, it would have been difficult to get it finished on time if I was to try that but next time for sure. I haven't manipulated this type of hard plastic in that bulk before, so didn't want to try to squeeze it in.

 

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