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The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
After over a year of trying another D&D group of mine finally did come together again to continue their adventure.
As always I’ve posted the background information about what is going on in the pictures in my blog: The Dark Prophet Chronicles









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#40692
Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  












The Efreeti in the pictures is one of the first miniatures I painted (actually the second fantasy mini and the 6th or 7th miniature in general) when I started the miniature painting hobby and the only one that looks half way decent from that time. It’s quite interesting and fun for me to see so many different miniatures with different painting styles combined in this adventure. Tells a little story of its own, at least for me. :)
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Last Edit: 2011/03/20 08:35 By Kronos.
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#40696
Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
Wow, very nice!

I like how you used the extra wall and floor pieces to create a "caved in" look for that one passage.

A couple of questions, though:

(1) What are the blue tiles you used for water in the one room?

(2) Where are the skulls spewing blood from?
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#40698
Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
Thank you Ebonsword!

(1) I created the blue water tiles a few years ago with very simple method:
I drew a water template with a black grid via Photoshop, printed it on normal paper and then laminated it. The black grid bothers me now, a blue grid would have been so much better. Maybe I redo them sometime in the future.

(2) The Skull Fountains are from Grendel: Skull Fountains
(Hey, I never realized they used Dwarven Forge on the Grendel Web page!)

I really like the skull fountains, I'm actually thinking about buying a few more to decorate bigger setups with them. Could look quite cool. :)
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#40701
Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
Very nice set up ! GG
I like it especially the statue/fountain with the the skull.
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Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
Thank you HeroQuestFrance! :)
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#40749
Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
How many sets did it take to make the setup in the pics?
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Re:The Tomb of Osiris 3 Years, 5 Months ago  
2 Realm of the Ancients Sets were used for this setup.
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