Look at that water effect. An awful lot to like there
If you like this, and you game, you should check out Dungeons and Gluesticks on YouTube. He does the most amazingly realistic D&D terrain I've ever seen. It's much less modular and reusable than Wyloch's, Scotty's, or Pilipow's--it's all very specific to the scenario--but he's producing museum-quality model scenery for his tabletop campaign. In particular, here's a link to an episode where he makes a waterfall that rivals the water in the harbor above.
The first dozen or so episodes of his channel are making terrain for Lost Mine of Flapdoodle from the D&D basic set. Mind-blowing, seriously.
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Was I supposed to guess, I'd say the water was done with one of these easy flow clear water plastic liquids. The entire set is totally amazing, but it looks to me like a professional terrain for miniature trains (you can see the tracks and tunnel in the back). It might even be from one of those model train museums that have popped up all over the wold during the past 20 years.
I've been to the Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg (Germany) once, and their set looked quite similar. Check out their little image film on their website: www.miniatur-wunderland.com/
cowboyleland: It looks like you guys are busy, but I would like to point out that the "Ghoul Design Tutorial." which would start to answer bobsomething 's question from Aug 10, is MIA (again)
Aug 13, 2019 6:13:32 GMT -9
squirmydad: I need to reset a primary domain or something.
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