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Due to the fact that our company is located in Poland, and our direct neighbor, Ukraine, was attacked by the Russian Federation, which caused a huge humanitarian crisis in which millions of people were forced to leave their homes, we decided that 10% of the collected money will be donated to support Ukrainian refugees. Money will be donated to an NGO. The organization we decided to support is the Polish Humanitarian Action https://www.pah.org.pl/en/- a non-governmental organization that has been helping in all crisis situations around the world for many years. "
Presenting Agatha Christie, a member of the Egyptian faction in the game Twisted by Demented Games.
She's slightly slanted (I think I've been attaching my minis to their bases before the Greenstuff fully dries, so they go a bit wonky when they set) and googly eyed (At a certain point you just have to stop fiddling with them!), but overall I'm really pleased with how she turned out.
Just got to get her companion Mecha Poirot painted now.
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
3D printed on my Elegoo Mars.
Design Plague Doctor: Great Grimoire.
Design Base: CastNPlay
Part of my Children of the Night Project.
Sometimes at night one can see a dark figure roaming the streets, rumors say that he's been spotted at the cemetary a lot.
Others mention they saw him right after a battle, wandering the battlefield searching for something.
Nobody knows exactly who he is and what he does, but the sight of his dreadful mask and the fact that he carries a raven around makes people keep their distance from him.
Some say he's a good man, helping the Witchhunters, others suspect him to be in league with the Undead, and then there are those who say that he's been collecting body parts for experiments.
Dr. Corvus cares not for all of this gossip, it's night, it's time to go out again, only he knows what he's searching for and why.
About what it says in the title. Junk to jewels! Took some little gumball-machine toy dispenser bubbles, some scrap bits, and some GW Bitz that my friendly l.g.s let me fish out of the Sprue Heap.
The goal was to make some baroque domed aquaria in the steampunk and dieselpunk line--the sort you might see in a Hellboy comic or Victorian science fiction.
One is good, but now I've got the urge to make more!
This one used a Reaper base and a Wizkids base to make the stand. Some Ork canisters provided plumbing:
They would be good museum pieces, space characters, or simply curiosities in The Fisherman's Rest:
Next up: Bombshell brains and craft-store jewelry domes, plus a dollhouse candlestick and the Bitz to make a brain-in-a-jar!