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Great to see these painted up! I like the way you did up the gazebo - dark and tarnished, weather worn - makes it a bit ominous looking.

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21 hours ago, Iridil said:

Great to see these painted up! I like the way you did up the gazebo - dark and tarnished, weather worn - makes it a bit ominous looking.


Thank you!  I do broad strokes for most terrain.  This was just primed black, drybrushed with Reaper's Ancient Bronze, with selected washes of Army Painter's Dark Tone.

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