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  1. Thanks for the tip! I'm thinking of boarding up the window and door after painting it, and making it look like an abandoned church. But the clockwork tip might just come in handy for basing some minis in the future!
  2. Looks great! I might have to try something like this at some point...
  3. Got my Razorspine Rattlers painted. Here they are in order of most to least favorite: The rust effect looks good enough in person, but it didn't quite turn out like I wanted it to. Oh well, still learning and getting better every time!
  4. Just got my scatter terrain order from Grabblecast -- workbenches out front, and the rest are terrain pieces: I think it matches the "Zoraida's Hut" theme well, and they should work well as scatter terrain in Malifaux (my partner and I are making our way through the starter set's encounters, and really liking it). Next up I'll do some zenith-lighting priming, which should buy me some time before I have to properly paint them.
  5. Thanks! That was a helpful tutorial. I might go over the shallow bits with the wood burner again, but seeing what was done with the base gives me some hope that this will work too. I was thinking of flocking the base and leaving it at that, but I might sand it down at an angle before I do that. I don't expect to put miniatures on the base, though maybe we'll want to when playing. I'll have to think about that some more... Maybe I'll just sand it flush with the walls, and work in some more stone patterns.
  6. I'm getting ready to start Malifaux soon, so I've decided to start getting some terrain in anticipation. I found this promising birdhouse at Walmart a few days ago, and decided that for $5 I'd give it a shot. A few minutes with a pencil and I had a good enough plan: A couple of evenings with a wood burner and it is starting to look decent: I'm not sure what my next steps will be, but I'm thinking of priming it black and dry brushing some light gray on the stones to give it some depth. I just don't know if the depressions left by the wood burner are deep enough (or well-defined enough) for that. I might try this out on a scrap piece of wood first... After painting, I will probably "board up" the windows and door, to give it an "abandoned cabin" kind of feel. That would go well with the "Forgotten Temple" mat I got from Mats by Mars (with 1" hexes overlaid, as measuring is a deal breaker with my spouse). Not sure what to do about the shingles and "base", though. I'm thinking about getting some molds from Happy Seppuku, but have no idea how well Green Stuff will adhere to wood. Any suggestions? Anyway, I can't wait to get started with Malifaux!
  7. Got the Silurids painted. I'm not as happy with them as I am with the executioners, but they still look good on the table. The photos do make the mistakes pop out though! Next up will be the Razorspine Rattlers!
  8. Thanks! The Army Painter washes and dry rust paint are proving to be really handy with these puppets!
  9. All 3 executioners are painted and sealed: There's definitely room for improvement, but I'm happy with how they turned out!
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