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On 2/24/2021 at 1:11 PM, Samedi said:

Iäh! Iäh! Cthulhu fhtagn! :;,;:

 

On 2/24/2021 at 1:09 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome stuff!

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Thank you! :;,;::;,;: They are fun sculpts and very painter-friendly. 

On 2/24/2021 at 12:43 PM, Iridil said:

These are wonderful! Really like the stone arch thing, looks very like stone. What a great scene...

Many thanks! The stone effect I got very easily: those are real stone slabs! Just Dremeled some designs into them. A dolmen is a great addition to any wilderness scene!

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Creeeeepyyyyyy.  Again, your skillful staging of the groups to make it look like there were only 3 figures and they were moving, and then that reveal in the 4th photo!

If you pit these against some players, you could also start the figures with their backs turned ... and then ... surprise!

I like the subtle mottling and speckling, the added bell, the book scriptures.

Thanks for the share.

Derek

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