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44 finished brings me back up to on track for the goal so far (I opted to count each statue and stand as one instead of two).


Here is a pic with some on stands and some not:




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Couldn't sleep after finding two scorpions outside when bring the trash cans in. Not many bugs creep me out, but those things are horrible (and dangerous).


I decided that a magma Cinder would be a good idea...because who says big stuff can't happen during quantity challenges?


Stamped a base and combined it with the built-in base. Then a yellow basecoat: 



Orange drybrush (wetbrush? Is that a term?):



Then the black:






The best needs some work (need to pick out the skeleton), and the dragon needs some details cleaned up, but overall this was a good result for less than an hour of work.

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A couple of hordlings are numbers 46 and 47. This puts me a couple of days ahead of schedule, which feels weird since I don't think has happened yet.



Wide angle to get the paints:



Cropped for closeup:


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3 hours ago, aku-chan said:

Love the eye on the purple guy!

Thanks. I will likely stamp some bases for them tonight but I don't know what style yet. Any ideas?

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Orange guys joins the crew!


This base stamp? Maybe as a magma theme?



Magnetic basing for removable bases from the group base:



Sample image before pinning and stamping: 




Heading to bed, but I would love some ideas (maybe a tutorial or two) on how to pull this off.

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Finished these guys up earlier making 48. I think they turned out pretty decently for my first group base with removable minis.





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Statues and tombstones and broken coffins today making 56:



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Updating the list puts me at 56 in 49 days and leaves 43 left in 50 days to meet the goal. I also now have a clean work space (both desk and room). The busy holiday season begins soon, though, so that is still going to take effort.


Here are the current totals (edit to add some names) -


3d printed: (18)

12 cavern floors/bridges (printable scenery)

2 trees (printable scenery) 

Halloween skull decor (thingiverse)

pig (thingiverse)

Purple crystal (thingiverse)

Autoturret (thingiverse)


Bones: (35)

Magma themed Goremaw Worm

Blue demon wolf themed Warg

Sacrificial altar

Obelisk of Cthulhu

Stone golem

Well of Chaos

Iron Golem

Battleguard Golem

Kord the Destroyer

Living Spartan Statues (Male) and stands x4 

Living Amazon Statues (Female) and stands x4

KS4 Grave Things Statues x2

Hellhounds  KS4 x3 and KS4 x1


Hordlings x3

Graveyard Statue x2

Tombstone of Protection x2

Tombstones of Sorrow x2

Ruined crypt (from with Dust King) x2


Other: (3)

Oathsworn - Ent

Impact - Mummy Pony 

Impact - Skeletal Pony

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