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At the Dawn of Humanity (Cavepeople and Pleistocene megafauna, pic-heavy)

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I love the Setting and the story!

Great job, I spotted a personal favorite of mine, the Glyptodon!

 

 

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Brilliant creative placement on minis & terrain for self censoring in your pics! Strategic manipulation of interacting objects is much less intrusive than the obligatory black boxes.

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Thanks, all! This project has been brewing for a while.

20 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good painting all around, and excellent job of photographic censoring! :winkthumbs:

 

On 11/14/2020 at 8:02 AM, Otyugh said:

Brilliant creative placement on minis & terrain for self censoring in your pics! Strategic manipulation of interacting objects is much less intrusive than the obligatory black boxes.

 

23 hours ago, Swampy said:

That top tier censoring! that all looks fabulous.

Not going to lie, it took a while getting the angles just right! Glad it paid off though. Those cave-ladies don't care for any restraining garments. 

On 11/14/2020 at 3:23 AM, Glitterwolf said:

I love the Setting and the story!

Great job, I spotted a personal favorite of mine, the Glyptodon!

Thank you! The story is very documentary-style, and the setting and costuming is directly inspired by a TV show. 

I love glyptodonts too! So ponderous and goofy. That, and most of the smaller beasts, were from a Toobz set lightly retouched. 

21 hours ago, Iridil said:

Another great setting - love the stories. My favorite is the chief - his face says it all...

Thank you! My favorite is the hangdog Neanderthal with the club--what a face! 

But yes, the chief's scowl definitely says "Yabba-dabba-don't try me!"

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