Once all the little bits and pieces were completed, I very carefully removed it from the base it was mounted on for painting, and added it to it's scenic base. This was carved from a slab of dry plaster (well hydrostone actually) and painted with sponging and washing.
This step by step was a fun project to do - I hope that it was at least a little interesting to read about!
The finished piece is up for sale in the Studio Store over at the main Studio McVey website.
I have just finished off my version of Broga - which was great fun to paint. I will be showing step by step photos of that one too - starting soon, maybe even tomorrow.
Talk to you then!