Friday, 15 February 2019

Skull fountain

Yes...that's correct..I said SKULL FOUNTAIN.


Skeletor would be so happy with these lovely looking fountains.

Here is a picture of the fountains after the initial painting, gluing and gap plugging.

Finished articles, since the first picture I have added some foliage and finished painting the water coming from the skull mouth.

I added the models to give some perspective of how big these models are.
This scene is a depiction of Tou Ill Lei the bounty hunter, on the left, taking on a group of blood cultists and their newly summoned blood elemental.

The blood elemental can be found on D&D Beyond using the following link:

Wednesday, 13 February 2019's been a while, but these idle hands have not been the work of some fiendish Succubus

Stuff and more stuff.

It's been a few months since I last posted pictures of my painting and crafting exploits but that does not mean that I have been idle, in fact since the start of the new year I have been reinvigorated to get behind my desk, dust off the brushes and start painting again.

And this is what I have done.

I purchased this lovely 3D printed fountain from eBay but after painting it I was not happy with the way the water looked. 

So I decided to use a high impact, liquid glue as a water effect. I simply poured the glue into where the water collects in the fountain and I left it to dry.

I also added some small piles of gold and silver coins to the bottom of the fountain and a pair of skeletal legs...however the mix of chemicals meant that the glue actually turned the legs into mush and they quickly disintegrated.....
💀 - DC 20 con save - FAIL...
This is the glue that I used to create the water effect.

The final model, dried and ready to use.

Curse of Strahd - New models