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dutchmogul

Delving Decor: Scrying Pool (28mm/Heroic scale)

by dutchmogul Jan 5, 2017
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Thanks for creating and sharing all these great models with us. Appreciate it greatly! Having great fun with printing and getting my feet wet with painting my first miniatures. This and the big spider house play a central role now in my campaign im DMing.

Dear Dutchmogul, I'm a huge fan of your work, andIve been searching far and wide for the wizard model to the right of the Scrying pool. Could you perhaps point me in the right direction?

Hey, thanks! You don't need to look too far, there's a link to the Reaper store page at the end of the thing description. It's from their Bones line.

Love this model. What is the inner diameter of the well base? How big is the opening itself? I can't get it to open up in anything I can measure it with.

This was the first print I decided to run on my printer after upgrading some pulleys and bearings. It turned out perfectly.

This is basically perfect for a runewell from Rise of the Runelords.

Do you mind sharing how you painted the well (not the inner part, but the stone)?

Did you base with black then just dry brush on a grey? I did the same but my grey looks a bit too cool. How did you get such a nice neutral tone? What is the brand and title of the grey paint you used? I want to buy that shade.

Really? I thought yours looked great. Well, first off, I paint directly onto black filament (no priming). I used some Reaper dark grey (though Citadel or whatever should work fine too) and brushed it on with a tank brush, doing sort of a heavy drybrush. Then I used the same brush to drybrush some light grey (Citadel this time). Then I topped it off (tank brush again... really for the whole thing, now that I think about it) with a sort of linen/off-white (Reaper, really light this time). That's pretty much it. I love your use of metallics, by the way. I almost did that myself (next one).

That is so gorgeous! Printing it out now and then painting -- I'll share photo when I'm done.