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Some recently painted Elvish Terrain

 

Here's a fun 3d print project I did recently. These are free files on Thingiverse.

Primed in Grey Seer. The trunks are Wyldwood Contrast with the light vine coverage Aggaros Dunes Contrast. The blue inlay (which was mostly painted by my wonderful girlfriend!) is Frostheart Contrast.

There are some small vines creeping up here and there that I'd like to sit down and paint green which I think would add a nice pop of color, but painting terrain is such a drag.

The leaves are from a cheap leaf holepunch on Amazon and some construction paper adhered with white glue.


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