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The Subterranean Realms by Glitterwolf

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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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