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It seems I was stuck on doing browns over the holidays. First the Stygian Barge and now Baba Yaga's Hut from Bones IV. This took a bit of time to do especially the Roofing Shingles as there is are least 5 different colors on each one (all done individually by the way... ooooh the hand cramps!) This beast was quite heavy to paint and usually rested on my leg as i turned it around to get to all the parts. Some very interesting brush gymnastics were required.
Enough of my complaining... onto the pictures. Picture heavy of course.
As usual comments, critiques, rotten food or gold are all welcome.
From the left side
Left side back
Right side / front
And then lower front showing the chicken legs a little bit
Thanks for looking
#96 Baba Yaga:
Baba Yaga, the Evil Witch of Slavic folklore, flying around in her Mortar, wielding her Pestle. Or maybe it's a massive Q-tip to clean out the ears of her chicken-legged dancing hut?
I made a 25x35mm oval base and drilled a hole in the bottom of the mortar. I unbent a paperclip slightly and bent the long bit at an angle, and glued the end in the hole. The rest of the paperclip was glued flat on the base and lo! A flying mortar. I glued Baba Yaga herself down at an angle to make her looking more like she was sitting comfortably rather than squatting precariously. I am pleased with how the angles match up to make her look straight ahead.
So now she can be, say, a mounted necromancer or other kind of wizard.
In the KS this model was represented by a concept drawing, and the sculptor has done a good job of realising it.
Regretfully, I did not get her Dancing Hut from the KS.
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