Thanks, the basing is ultra-easy. I started with Vallejo vermin brown ( i think, it's the yellowish brown color) and then drybrushed with bleached bone and then drybrushed with skull white. The grass is GW static grass in green and is applied with white PVA/Elmers glue and just randomly placed on the model.
One great technique in using static grass is, when it is applied, turn the model upside down and tap the bottom of the base a few times. This will help the grass stand up and the static will then keep it up on the base giving a good more natural look.
I agree, personal preference, but scrolls do kinda need writing on them or otherwise they wouldnt be there. its not exactly natural to have blank scrolls. and rather hard to write on when they are attached to your legs. writing a definite needed.
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