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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The qualifier is just days away. Yikes! Let's just say that it is quite a frenzy here in Wappelville. :-)
These guys were an important part of the story of this display board from the very beginning. I was very glad to be able to include them. I will be doing more on these lads in July, but at least they are out on the board now!
Here are some shots of just the miniatures:
And back to the board:
More to come!
Once the Dais itself had been painted, it was time to make it match what was on the board.
That meant I had to match the scorpions and scarabs, as well as get more color and definition on th epiles of boes and broken weapons:
It would have been much easier to paint everything prior to gluing it on the board, but that was not possible. It was tough to get at some parts, but I did the necessary contortions and shaded away!
I also had to match the cracks:
When I get more time, I will put even more details on these areas...
Tomorrow you will get your first glimpse at the would be grave robbers!