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Gloomwood trees

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    • #135137
      AvatarZoltan
      Participant

      Here’s my first attempt at painting one of the Gloomwood trees.

      I used Citadel paints in a Base/Shade/Dry combo.

      Rocks: Mechanicus Standard Grey base, Nuln Oil shade, Dawnstone dry
      Trunk: Mournfang Brown base, Agrax Earthshade shade, Golgfag Brown dry
      Mushroom top: Mephiston Red base, Carroburg Crimson shade, Astorath Red dry
      Mushroom bottom: Ungor Flesh layer, Seraphim Sepia shade
      Bulbous growth: Zandri Dust base, Seraphim Sepia shade, Terminatus Stone dry

      Once all done, I added a few tufts of Lowland Shrubs by The Army Painter.

      C&C welcome!

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    • #135142
      AvatarMatt Barker
      Keymaster

      they look cool, is that the scaled up version ?

      • #135144
        AvatarZoltan
        Participant

        It’s 200mm tall, straight from the downloaded zip file.
        Here’s another image with dwarfs for scale.

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    • #135173
      AvatarQuestKids
      Participant

      This looks great! These will actually be my first 3D print ever and I have a newb question: what color filament should I use when printing these trees? I just ordered a wood color from Hatchbox. Is that the way to go?

      Thanks!

      • #135183
        AvatarZoltan
        Participant

        Filament colour really doesn’t matter.
        I used white (as that was on offer on Amazon), which meant that I did a quick spray of black base to block out the white. Other models (like the Elven Portal and Infernal Tower) I printed in green.

    • #135190
      AvatarQuestKids
      Participant

      Got it. Thanks for the reply.

      One more question: for those that you printed in green, did you use the green as a base or did you still start with a black base?

      • #135198
        AvatarZoltan
        Participant

        No, I didn’t use a black base. Attached one of the elven scatter terrain pieces pre and post-paint.
        Once printer, I simply based the column with Zandri Dust and the tree with Dryad Bark. Then shade followed with light drybrushing.

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    • #135330

      Awesome paint job!

      I just starting printing these because I ran out of things I wanted to print and tried one as an experiment. These things are impressive and I’m not preparing to print 6-10 of them

    • #136122
      Avatarjl_molinari
      Participant

      Wow! Your picture convinced my to buy this .stl! I NEED that on my table!

    • #136241
      AvatarZoltan
      Participant

      Ok, finally took the time to dig out the lightbox and take a proper picture. Enjoy!

      • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by AvatarZoltan.
    • #136409
      Sam CampbellSam Campbell
      Keymaster

      The lightbox picture looks great.

    • #136874
      AvatarStefan
      Participant

      Looks great. Might have to borrow some ideas …

    • #136904
      AvatarDee Barker
      Keymaster

      Wow, that looks great. I really like the brown colours and highlight on the tree.

      • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by AvatarDee Barker.
      • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by AvatarDee Barker.
    • #139367
      AvatarJo Boorer
      Keymaster

      Product tag added

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