Some outstanding work here G! Catching up to this one after a while...sorry about that buddy! The fig look awesome, as does the mini base. That's the beauty of this stuff, you can always change things up later on if you want. Maybe try and add some greenery stuff like you said...climbing vine stuff around the outside would look pretty cool I would think. Looking forward to seeing what you conjure up!
Post by kaytermarram on Mar 31, 2016 13:25:14 GMT -5
Sometimes a guy (in this case, YOU my friend!) gets it managed to clean up his brain and come down to the teritory he should belong. Wanna know why I haven´t commented on your base till now? Remember me writing "I skin you alive when you do a ROCKY BASE!". Well, maybe you are in fear BECAUSE you have done a stone base or, better yet, your mental stability is on the right track again! Do not ge me wrong, the base you have done looks good: Great surfaces, detail and, of cause, STONES! That is not the way I would love to see Mr. Toad. In MY eyes, only a "green base" with plenty of plants, wet surface and green, green, green (maybe some small salamanders or creatures hidden in) would work. And I am proud of you that you have gotten it, too! So I have a wish, that the folks here come up with "little more critic", too. Praising stuff is good, yeah, but when I see differences to MY own fantasies, I will tell. And the stone base is deffinitly not Toadies style!
Sorry for being really late on this but I've had virtually no time to even check the forum in the last month and as for actually building anything...... .......blame a promotion at work and the fact that we're looking to move!
Anyway out of the blue this evening my son asked how the 'frog man' was doing - I will get him to call it a toad one day - so I thought I'd pop by and have a quick look.
That base is looking really nice and the balsa foam looks like it would be very nice nice to work with!
My son's response to seeing the base was "Cooooooooool. I really like it!!"
We're both really looking forward to how this turns out!! Keep up the good work!
He came....he saw....he played some battles and even won a few!!
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