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I just wanna make the tomb of horrors with dwarvenite
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Very nice. Your color mixes work quite well. To me, that is always the hardest part.
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Wow!!! Great work. You should be proud.
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Mister Frau Blucher
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Wow! That is beautiful work! Thanks for the tutorial, as well!
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Those pillars look fantastic! Great job all around
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Awesome! Love everything about it...the deep red and black color scheme is great, the multicolored snakes are great, the brown tones of the tiles...also great!
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I liked the multi colored enough to consider repainting mine.
OldmanWillow AKA OldEnt. Customer and fan from 1996 onward!
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zenako wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:55 am
It also looks like the pool is WAY overdue for some maintenance, very slimy and scummy look, great for a "semi-abandoned underground shrine? Painting effective water is a challenge and that looks good as well.
Thanks! I did that one with Pebeo Vitrail and Prisme paints -- there's more details on how and some other examples in this thread:
https://dwarvenforge.com/forum/viewtopi ... =34&t=9413
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