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Modular graveyard I finished a while ago...

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>>19986304
Look around the web. I've got a ton of parenting tutorials bookmarked. There literally hundreds of youtube videos on painting models and terrain. I could generate a list, if people were interested.

But here's the most important. You want your terrain to look good? Dry brush. The standard I use is the rule of quarters.

100% coverage base coat
75% first dry brush complementary color
50% shading and blending
25% high and lowlights (may be as low as 10%)

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8/26

This is the big graveyard. It's 16, 4x4 modular squares that can be rearranged in many different shapes and forms. Mostly paper mache for bases.

You can see the edges of the dungeon tiles i'm working on.



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