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My latest (and first) landscape scenery piece for my upcoming table.
The overall material cost: about $20
Time: 5 hours
The electric tower is broken, so before you climb those stairs, take a dangerous terrain test so you dont get fried!

(Sorry for extreme resolution and quality bandwidth rape)













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Looking nice. Some more info needed, just what is it meant to be? What did you make it from?
 

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Sweet.

Again, a mini would be nice, but I think I've got a general idea of scale ('bout 4-5" X 3-4" I reckon).

I'd like to see what the complete set looks like when you've finished, though to be honest I'd advise against using cardboard for bases in the future as it warps (and gets worse over time) and then becomes a pain to put minis on and will eventually spoil an otherwise wonderful piece of scenary; trust me, I've found out the hard way. a bit of thin MDF or something makes a huge difference and is much better (put the scenery on the smooth side as this allows the rough side to grip your board better and reduce movement from accidental "wrecking-ball tape measures" and so on).

Really well decorated though!
 

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Love it.

Quality is good, appearence is great, and i love it when people have a story behind it! the dangerous test idea is brilliant :)!

But, to reiterate the above, scale/materials used? :)

A magician never reveals his secrets, but your not a magician, your a talented sculptor. SO SHOW US YOUR SECRETS.
 
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