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3D Printed Ruined Tower

 Quick post today with a few pics of a ruined tower I printed and painted from The Print Goes Ever On.

As always with terrain, my goal here is to get it done as fast as possible. I love the end result but find little joy in the terrain painting process. So, I look for quick turnarounds!

This model was sprayed Grey Seer, then washed with a 50:50 water/Seraphim Sepia shade mixture. Once that dried, I did a heavy drybrush of Vallejo Light Grey, followed by another drybrush of Vallejo White. Finally, I painted the doors and windows with contrast paints and added a few green and yellow spots from thinned washes just to give some more texture.

Easy! Finally, the piece is in 3 parts, which I drilled out and magnetized so it won't get bumped on the table. Look for this tower featuring in the next battle report!


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