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This is a Photobackdrop Board I built for my Shifting Sands Project.
I was inspired by the great backdrops @malefactus built, so I built one for my Jungle Project a few years ago, and now this one.
It's a Temple of Apophis the Suneater.
The Large Cobra is the Bones King Cobra SKU: 44103
The statues, altar, braziers are all 3D printed files from Artisan Guild. on my Elegoo Mars
The Treasures are a mix of Reaper Egyptian Treasure SKU: 03112 and some Resin treasures from Tabletopstudios/Minimonsters.
The Temple is carved from AK Interactive Foam and the Glyphs are made with the Greenstuffworld Egyptian Rollerpin.
Tufts from Vallejo.
Nobody in his right mind would build a Temple to honour the Suneater, the Destroyer, the Serpent God Apophis and yet...here it is.
Many adventurers thought themselves to get rich upon finding the halfburied entrance, none returned.
Guest appearances from some minis I painted for the project.
By Lidless Eye
Just a random collection of recently painted 3D prints. All of these are from a slightly modified Creality Ender-3
A Longship from EC3D: The Wilds of Wintertide
The Draken Airship, from Lovecraft Designs
Oh, well! Also from Lovecraft Designs
The Ferisia Mage Tower:
Well I said I would try the WIP for this project so we will see how it goes...
Earlier this year I completed the print of the Beta scout created by second dynasty. The print was pretty ambitious and wound up using over 2kg of filament
This was the completed print
Then came a really long wait for badgers 3d leveling solution and prime. It worked pretty well though I think most of the work was the leveling solution rather than the prime
I decided to use the paint scheme from the starmaster from the TTA books
So I started with a scarlet paint from badgers airbrush paint line
But it wasn't red enough so I gave it a second coat with a ghost tint 'fresh blood
And that got me where I want to be.
Once its dry i can strip off the tape hiding the white lines and see how the edges did. I still have a dark blue line in the back so more air brushing tomorrow then I can start painting the interior...
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