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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by Feymous » Sat Mar 28, 2015 10:28 pm

Thanks Sorn! Back at you ;)

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by Sorn » Tue Mar 24, 2015 3:11 am

Feymous, your creativity knows no bounds. What amazingly intricate and beautiful setups!

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by Feymous » Tue Mar 24, 2015 1:51 am

Thanks for the kind words everyone. :D

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Is the water imported from France? Looks Awesome.
That is quite the eye you have for scenery elements William! Yes, the water was imported from France. It's part of a lake set I purchased from one of the original DF moders, Yansolo.

@ Arcarius2001 - you are too kind my friend. I was happy to find time to post again, work is such a hindrance to hobbies ;) The forums seem a little slow right now, I'm hoping it's just because everyone's over posting in the KS comments.

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by LordDust » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:24 pm

As always, a fantastic setup. Thank you for sharing it.

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by jchunick » Thu Mar 19, 2015 9:13 pm

What a vision!
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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by GardenDM » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:49 pm

Ugh, too incredible! swoon

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by Arcarius2001 » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:12 pm

My prayers have been answered. Feymous is back on the forums with new pics!!!
As always, I am in awe. Simply fabulous setup and painting.
Thanks for posting Feymous!

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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by William » Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:48 am

Speachless - Ditto. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :shock:
Is the water imported from France? Looks Awesome.

Dig the aqua mushrooms and the green water in the beach floor tiles, works wonderfully. That is one of my favorite pictures in this group. The depth in the photography is great.

Goodnight. :mrgreen:
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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by kitenerd » Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:39 am

WOW - i could babble incoherently for a long time, cause there is a whole lot of awesome here, but i will just pick one thing...

LOVE the balcony on Double height stalagmites with chasm pieces for a border!

gorgeous stuff - a privilege as always!
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Re: Forces of Nature

Post by Feymous » Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:33 am

With KS3 underway, I finally got around to opening my KS2 boxes and creating a setup for the earth sorceress. I love the old resin cavern sets, but wasn’t sure how well it would mix with the KS pieces. I was happy to find that the combination allowed for versatility and scale, while still showcasing the beauty of the resin pieces. Stefan you da man!!

Special thanks to Griffin Tamer and Keeblerorc for the pieces they created .You guys are awesome

DISCLAIMER – pics include a scantily clad monster may be NSFW

There are caves in the Grey Wall Mountains that some say reach all the way to the Underdark. These caves are full of beauty and danger. Danger that grows the deeper one ventures. Such perils are not unknown to our lone traveler though, for she is not simply a bold adventurer, she is a geomancer…and this is home. She has built a sanctuary in the deep roads from which to learn the secrets of stone. However, when one lives on the border of the Underdark, one must be vigilant against trespassers. Fortunately for a geomancer nestled in the heart of a mountain, powerful allies are only a summoning spell away.
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