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"Onward Dancer! Onwards Dasher!!"

 

oh wait ah minute. Wrong sled team!! :lol:

 

Great work the scenery to the backdrop all the way to the actual figures. Love the wolves!! I've always struggled with real life colorations of critters. Something I'd like to get better at someday.

 

Speakin of Epic, so far so good with their snowmen. Fantastic simple sculpts!!

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4 minutes ago, haldir said:

"Onward Dancer! Onwards Dasher!!"

 

oh wait ah minute. Wrong sled team!! :lol:

 

Great work the scenery to the backdrop all the way to the actual figures. Love the wolves!! I've always struggled with real life colorations of critters. Something I'd like to get better at someday.

 

Speakin of Epic, so far so good with their snowmen. Fantastic simple sculpts!!

 

Thanks!

 

I've printed a few Epic minis now, and I love them, some parts are quite thin since these are true 28mm instead of 32mm as most are these days.

But such detail!

 

i look at pics of the real animals, it does help.

 

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25 minutes ago, MusicalFeline said:

Excellent work!

 

Out of curiosity, do you get to give yourself kudos for painting wolves, or are you going to give someone else that honor?

 

Thank you!

I couldn't praise myself no could I?

 

3 minutes ago, malefactus said:

That is a SPLENDID diorama. I actually feels cold. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thanks Al!

Happy you approve!

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59 minutes ago, MoonglowMinis said:

Great job on these! I ordered some 3D printed dogs and sled awhile back and still need to get around to painting them.

 

Thanks!

This is the Wolf Sled from Epic and their Dungeon Explorer.

It was fun to combine them.

 

Make sure you paint yours and show it to us.

Love to see how that one looks.

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