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Here I will paint the inhabitants of the world beneath us.

You will find Drow, Myconids, Beholders and all sorts of cave dwelling creatures here.

I might also try my hand at some terrain or buildings.

 

Some stuff that awaits painting:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fungal Queen

Killer Fungi (2)

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25 minutes ago, Corsair said:

I cannot wait to see what you do with the fungal queen!

 

Patience friends, I need to move first, it might take a while.

But she and her friends will be in here when I start painting again.

I got the Darkreach expansion from Bones IV, so a lot of that will find it way into this one and in my other projects.

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Since I have a lot of minis ( and am printing even more) I sold and gave away a few minis.

The Drow and Dark Watcher are no longer in my posession, however there will be new Dark Elf types coming next month as STL files from Artisan Guild.

I still have enough to paint for this project, but it will be a side-project.

I'm focusing on the main projects at the moment, so patience...

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Right, let's get this Project started for real.

 

Introducing our explorer Lance Bucklesworth, you can find more info about him here:

https://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/79398-horde-of-the-north-glitterwolf-paints-barbarians-and-mammoths/page/5/&tab=comments#comment-1987566

 

Investigating a Cave, the entrance to another World?

 

Sometimes the Universe works in mysterious ways.

A year ago on one of his travels in the far East, Lance had bought a book from a Arab merchant, it was written in a strange language he had never seen before.

It intrigued him, and after much haggling he obtained the book.

We will talk about his adventures in the East some time later.

 

After studying the book for a while he noticed a pattern and something familiar.

That's it! He thought and searched in a trunk where he kept all sorts of things he brought back from his travels.

A strange rock with a few symbols on it.

Yes! This was it! The rock was inscribed with a few Norse runes he could read and next to them were a few symbols that matched the ones in his book.

He had a lead!

After months of puzzling, he cracked the code and was able to read most of the book.

 

Lance was excited, always eager to discover new lands and searching for artifacts, he learned that the book was a guide to a system of caverns that seemed to connect with each other and maybe more.

Looking at the maps in the book and reading the description of the areas he was certain he could find one of those caves.

And so, Lance went on another expedition.

 

Lance has found a large cave, is this the one?

Will this be the one that leads to a bigger underground place?

What will he find there?

 

Excited he entered the cave, not afraid of any danger, he brought his whip and crossbow and his bags are filled with all he needs.

Soon he will find out what lies ahead.

 

 

Lance: Dungeon Explorer from EPIC Miniatures from their Sons of Midnight Set.

Printed on the Elegoo Mars.

The Stalagmite is from Reaper Bones.

I will use some mushrooms from Ristul's Fantasy Market.

 

 

 

 

 

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