19 June 2012

Stone Circle: Almost done!

You may recall the Stone Circle terrain I was working on awhile back: I finally got around to doing the basing.  Initially I was a bit concerned - the flock was quite green, which detracted badly from the glowing effect I was trying to achieve.  A bit of drybrushing has muted that though.

Still think it needs some more bloodstains through...or maybe a sacrificial victim chained to one of the uprights! Bwahahahahaha!

18 comments:

  1. Lovely!
    The resin piece sure seems to be nice (and that always helps), but gotta say I love the basing, and how the rocks seem to sprout from the land.
    The glow looks good to me, and I suppose I wouldn't add a single thing (not even more blood).
    That way it can either be some long forgotten ruin in the middle of nowhere (for any kind of game), or for a specific campaign you can just add an appropriate painted mini to represent whatever game piece you need!

    Congrats!

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  2. Nicely done.

    I think these latest images with the mixed vegetation are so realistic.

    I would not add a sacrificial figure but keep the piece as it is.

    Tony

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  3. Looking great, agreee you need to add some gore in there.

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  4. Superb! Great lighting effect too, how about a few rusty shackles?

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  5. Absolutely fantastic. Very haunting with the luminescent glow! I can almost feel the mist rolling in from the moorland fells as night draws in ... Fantastic, Paul - really fantastic!

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  6. Looks great Paul. Like the idea of more blood and there would be nothing wrong with a victim chained up too.

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  7. Love it...the way it is :)

    It look very eerie....the way it shoul look :P

    cheers

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  8. Lovely work Paul !

    Best regards Michael

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  9. I've liked your stone-circle work from its inception...and still do. Great modeling!

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  10. Lots more blood.....cue lightning and maniacal laughter!

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  11. Looks great Paul. Love the eldritch glow.

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  12. Great atmospheric piece. I would actually try going for two versions, the clean one you have there then a second with the gore so you can swap them during a campaign as things turn nasty. (Which, if it's anything like ours it soon will do).

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  13. It looks awesome, love the glow effect in particular :-)

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  14. Very cool. Dry brushing flock is something I over look but it can be really effective in toning it back.
    cheers

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  15. You have done a very good job there. Looking forward to seeing it in action.

    Cheers.

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  16. Another vote for more blood. Looks great though.

    Jason

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  17. Nicely done. I'd leave the victim off or perhaps have a removable one so you could use it for different themed games. The glow effect is rather good. Perhaps some little candles in the corners of the triangle?

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