Those of us who paint miniatures for tabletop gaming often have way more minis than we could ever paint and field and many of us have collected beautiful, cool minis just because we loved the theme or the sculpt and we know we’ll likely never use them in a game. So what to do with them?
In this video on Black Magic Craft, Jeremy uses little more than a block of Styrofoam to create a castle-stairs diorama for a lovely Nosferatu minis that he’s had lying around. The results are wonderful and a great source of inspiration for all of us who have miniatures in need of some sort of suitable display.
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