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#55328
Re:Lizardmen jungle lair 1 Year ago  
Great layout, Every image is eye candy, awesome colors , I'm sure the adventures would want to explore every passage, nook, and pool.

Can't leave any treasures unfound, You Know. Plus lizard hides sell well at the market.
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Srry,, Save vs Dragons breath
 
#55365
Re:Lizardmen jungle lair 1 Year ago  
So cool! One question:
Where did you get this golden accessory piece?



It looks like it's from a GW set but I could not find it.

Once again, awesome setup! :)
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#55366
Re:Lizardmen jungle lair 1 Year ago  
Thanks! That was cobbled together from two GW Stegadon sets. It's two front-pieces for the "howdah" that sits on top of the beast, with a few other bits and pieces (like the tops of banners) to cover up gaps and give it more complexity. And then a big bead store gemstone right in the middle.

It was a tough decision to put this together, because it meant that I had bought TWO stegadon sets and NEITHER was going to be "complete"! The sets work well enough without that piece, but it does mean that both my GW stegadons have somewhat bare-bones howdahs. They don't have the stargate at the back or the huge shield thing at the front, it makes them a little less impressive. But I figured this stuff would be more versatile if I kept it as accessories rather than as part of my beastie. Just like I did with the orrery that's meant to be mounted on the GW hurricanum -- for the same reason I love DF, I prefer this stuff to be flexible and versatile rather than tie it to one-specific-use only. My stegadons may be less impressive, but then again, how often would I use them? Meanwhile, I have some awesome aztec-inspired accessories that I can use in a dungeon, in the realm of the ancients, with the lizardmen, with whoever. It could even be behind the bar in a tavern run by a retired explorer!
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"In every real man a child is hidden that wants to play."

-- F. Nietzsche
 
#55423
Re:Lizardmen jungle lair 12 Months ago  
Thanks! That was cobbled together from two GW Stegadon sets. It's two front-pieces for the "howdah" that sits on top of the beast, with a few other bits and pieces (like the tops of banners) to cover up gaps and give it more complexity. And then a big bead store gemstone right in the middle.
Extremely nice done! You made the perfect accessory item for this kind of setup. Really cool!

It was a tough decision to put this together, because it meant that I had bought TWO stegadon sets and NEITHER was going to be "complete"! The sets work well enough without that piece, but it does mean that both my GW stegadons have somewhat bare-bones howdahs. They don't have the stargate at the back or the huge shield thing at the front, it makes them a little less impressive. But I figured this stuff would be more versatile if I kept it as accessories rather than as part of my beastie. Just like I did with the orrery that's meant to be mounted on the GW hurricanum -- for the same reason I love DF, I prefer this stuff to be flexible and versatile rather than tie it to one-specific-use only. My stegadons may be less impressive, but then again, how often would I use them? Meanwhile, I have some awesome aztec-inspired accessories that I can use in a dungeon, in the realm of the ancients, with the lizardmen, with whoever. It could even be behind the bar in a tavern run by a retired explorer!
I completely believe that that was a tough decision. But in the end a rewarding one. It definitely is an awesome and unique scenery accessory which indeed can be used way more versatile this way.

Your setups and the way you use scenery pieces always amaze me. Really inspiring work! :)
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