An old work this time: a blue dragon diorama I made eons ago. It was before the time when I learned to use washes. The main techniques I knew back then were dry-brushing and layering. But still, I like this little scene.
The rocks are made of plaster, the sand is real sand glued with white glue to a piece of plywood. The base is custom-made using pine moldings. I used a soldering iron to etch the symbols on wood of the base. The white flag of the oriental warrior is made out of a piece of facial tissue soaked in white glue, then glued to the pole with a drop of super glue (cyanoacrylate glue). The warrior is a miniature from Mithril Miniatures and the dragon is an old miniature by Grenadier (back a few decades ago, when Grenadier was one of my favorite figure manufacturers, this company was producing some of the best dragons miniatures available – but today we have tons and tons of alternatives with the net).
Anyway. Enjoy the pictures!
Old or not, still amazingly painted, and wow does this look call in the scene!! So well done! 😀