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Hello everyone! Major post today, I completed the Cat Critters display base. I went for a simple arrangement this time. It’s a thematic chest-like display board. I opted for a Roman style setup; mosaic pavement tiling, marble pillars and royal purple flowers.
It was interesting to work with different product from many companies on this project. The CatCritters are from Darksword Miniatures, they were all sculpted by talented David Summers.
Here’s for the technical information; The marble lions are from Reaper Miniatures, 77341 and were Sculpted by Geoff Valley. The pillars are from Wizkids. I made the pavement texture using a Green Stuff World rolling pin. The background wall was made with a Town Square from Tabletop World. The cavalry base I mounted the lion statues on are from Games Workshop. The synthetic grass and tuft are from the Army Painter, Woodland Scenics and Green Stuff World. Lastly, I made the vine-like tree with real roots. To build the board I also used a pine plank, Masonite hard board, Milliput, Jovi Plastilina, Green Stuff natural stones and sand. To paint the models and the display base I used Reaper Miniatures MSP paint and Citadel inks.
Each model was mounted on a 50mm base.
Black Cat Avenging Thief, DSM7969
Ali Sparrow the Female Cat Pirate, DSM7971
Augustus Tribute the Emperor Cat, DSM7986
King Richard the Lion, DSM7999
Scottish Wildcat Warrior, DSM8006
Pretty Pretty Princess the Victorian Female Cat, DSM8017
Brave Sir Robin the Scaredy Cat, DSM8018
"Bean" the Cthulhu Cat, DSM8028
Ella the Cat Rogue, DSM8077
Archer the Grumpy Cat Warlock, DSM8078
Nom the Cat Paladin, DSM8079
Cat Warrior with Battle Axe, DSM8103
Frankie - Cat Rogue with Dagger, DSM8104
Scottish Fold Cat Cleric with Warhammer, DSM8110
Birman Cat Bard with Ale and Lute, DSM8111
Persian Cat Warrior the Dual Wield, DSM8112
Siamese Cat Wizard with Staff, DSM8113
Asha the Cat Rogue, DSM8114
Sphynx Cat Druid with Staff, DSM8116
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed.
I painted this as a gift for a good friend who loves the Easter Bunny and adventuring (she loved it!). A little reindeer moss and some colored ground foam from my model railroad foliage and the bunny is ready for a quest.
I took a lot of inspiration from Jessica Rich's studio paint job.
The variety of bright colors was a lot of fun.
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