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If you’re familiar with the strangely-named terrain set from games Workshop, you would notice that this isn’t the full set:
I had a hard time assembling this one. In fact I gave up and took the set over to a more experienced friend. After humming and hawing for a while, he pronounced that I hadn’t done too bad of a job (high praise, trust me) and had a go at fixing it up. The pieces refused to slot together in any meaningful way, and in the end he used a piece of sprue to fill a large gap, visible on the right in the image above.
So, a terrible set to put together, and I would not recommend this set to anyone. I don’t believe I have ever said this about a terrain piece from Games Workshop. This really was a low point.
However it paints up nicely!
In terms of painting method I again used the ruins of excess theme from Xenus Minis, which I think suited this kit nicely.
So the Occulum is complete and ready to power up any wizard who wanders in:
A more nefarious spellcaster might lurk underneath:
Overall I am glad to be done with this piece but also happy with how it came out. I’ll claim victory here!