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    Re: The Brave's random fantasy plog

    Hah that's awesome

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    Haha awesome! I just finished a readthrough of the 3rd edition Monster Manual, and this guy stood out as one of DnD's more silly and creative monsters. Love it!
    My Vampire Counts/HeroQuest Plog: http://www.wickedmetal.blogspot.com
    I'm coining it right now, Warhammer 20K.
    Violently opposed to plogs with LINKS to big pictures, instead of big pictures on the plog...
    "If you make me click through, no comments for you!"

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    Re: The Brave's random fantasy plog

    The zoat has now a brother. This time I was lazy and I dis not sculpt the shell.





    As usual, more images here https://toy-hammer.blogspot.it/2017/...-2-return.html
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    Halloween, time for cheap decorations, like some spiders, here some use for them. Dryders. And some dark elf. I tried something different for this guys and girls for the usual "we are evil and wear black and purple".
    So more colors, exept for the spider parts in black and purple...

    The minis are from Warhammer, some older then others. A mix of dark elves, wood elves and empire.
    I have aroundsome high elf minis, I think I can paint them to be a part of this group.
    I really like the kitbashed mage with the book.

    More images here https://toy-hammer.blogspot.it/2017/...ark-elves.html



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    Well, Halloween is gone and winter is coming. Better to be prepared.


    Very easy to make, here what do you need:


    a stereofoam ball and a sereofoam cutout, you can use the inside theball if you want to carve it, or a random piece of foam like I did.




    Cut the ball in half, do not worry if it looks small, real igloos are.



    Draw the blocks with a pen or other sharp object.



    Now take the small piece of foam, round and shape a bit.




    Make a little slot for it on the main body and glue it.





    It is basically done, as base I used a pressed cardboard coasted.



    Now you can paint as you like.

    I basecoated it gray, whashed cyan, blue on the recesses and drybrush white for last.





    Some fake snow.




    And we are done.
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    When I found this poor toy without an arm I knew I could rebuild him better, faster, stronger.

    Now, with his new cybernetic implants, this simple bear can protect his Country and avenge himself. Now, he is the CYBEARIAN!





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    Re: The Brave's random fantasy plog

    Lately I'm experimenting with 3d printing thanks to the Genova Maker's Village.

    I know the topic of 3d print is a little spicy for Games Workshop and other brands, but donot worry, I do not want to print any official models.
    At the moment only heroforge and free models downloaded online.

    The quality is not bad, at least for bigger creatures. 28mm miniatures are still a little low on details, but if you are good with paint (better than me) you can make some decent stuff.

    Here some examples.










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    Something funny today: Bowser!







    Full gallery here https://toy-hammer.blogspot.it/2017/...ng-bowser.html
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    Some more terrain: a dead dragon and a couple of gargoyles. Do you know where the gargoyles are from? I like them a lot. Also a Gormita used to experiment a new lava base.
    More images at https://toy-hammer.blogspot.it/2017/...elemental.html



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    Re: The Brave's random fantasy plog

    Hello guys, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas full of love and gifts.

    Well, back to business.

    Looking for gifts I finally found some big cone-shaped seashells. I think they are used for fish tanks, but we'll use them for something better.

    Stalagmites! (or stalactites if you glue them on the ceiling).

    First of all what do you need?

    The cheapest air dry modelling clay you can find (if you are a gluegun master you can use it)
    cone shaped seashells
    something to use as a base (I used pressed cardboard)
    sand
    glue
    paint



    In this tutorial I'll show you how to make stone, ice and lava terrain. But you can use these shells to make some organic looking terrain too, maybe an alien breeding nest, or crystal towers. If you are thinking to use one of these shell as a base for a Roper or some other creature... please let me know if you made it.

    Cave stalagmites tutorial
    1) make a little blob of clay on your base and put the shells in the order you like. I prefer to have the big sheels a little on the background.



    2) sculpt the clay as you like, you can texturize it with a rock or tin foil. I used the back of a brush to make some holes. I also add some big rocks around.




    3) flock as you like. I used two different sands to have a mix of small and medium rocks.



    4) paint it. I used only drybrush from this one. In order: black primer, dark brown, sienna brown, dark gray, light gray, white.





    The technique is the same if you want to make different terrain. For example:

    Icicles

    The difference is only in the paint, you can check my igloo tutorial to know how I painted the ice. The short version is: white coat, cyan wash, drybrush white, fake snow. Let's see how they look painted and with Santa's friends.



    Also, about the igloo, here a bonus figure, the saberthoot tiger toy I showed in the tutorial.
    I think it is pretty amazing.





    Last, lava terrain. Again, same technique. This time I used the same colors as for my fire elemental. White basecoat, yellow, red wash, drybrush yellow, drybrush black, drybrush dark gray.




    And finally, a shot with everything. As stated before, you can put the shells upside down to make stalactites.




    For more image visit my blog at https://toy-hammer.blogspot.it/2017/...-tutorial.html
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