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I thought a stone pillar that looks like a Lizard-man style snake would make a cool piece of terrain. It would also make a nice unit filler if put on a 50mm ...
Tools Pencils, pens Hobby knife Hot wire cutter, Band saw, or hack saw Sand paper, 200 grit Paint brushes Materials 2'' Polystyrene (extruded Styrofoam) Plastic card green stuff or ...
Draw out the basic shape that you want onto the polystyrene with a fine tip pen. Try to make each section the same width in both directions. Next ...
Start drawing out a pattern on one side of the pillar. Start drawing lightly with a sharp pencil, and when you know how you want it to look ...
Cut out card stock base big enough to give the pillar some stability. I used a hobby knife for this. Glue the pillar down with super glue. Make ...
Glue a few small pebbles down on the base if you like. Make a mixture of 1 part water to 2 parts PVA glue. Use an old brush ...
You do not have to use GW paints, I did not. I only added links to GW colors for reference. Do not use spray paint! - Paint the entire ...
- Glue a few clumps of lichen around the base of the pillar with super glue, wood glue, or pva. - Apply watered down glue (step 5) to ...
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