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    Basing Vampire Counts

    Okay. So I'm running a brand new Blood Dragon army. I sat down beforehand and planned out my schemes, army list, and what types of conversions I'd like. I sat down and powered through my first Necromancer and unit of skellies, and suddenly realized that I'd neglected to plan for the basing.

    I'm thinking of trying to get a feel of freshly churned earth, but I'm at a loss as to how to do so. I'm assuming that Graveyard Earth would play a part, in some way, considering I want a graveyardy earth color.

    Any ideas/techniques?

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    well, take some modeling sand and some watered glue, add them both together and it will make a sludgy-sand, maybe brown and graveyard on top of this? if you have some foam or something you can create some tomb stones as well, taking hte sludgy sand and overlapping the tombstones slightly, giving a buried impression!
    Snow flock works great for earthy looks, just paint brown over it, i mean, great, looking earth. There is also something that exists called brown flock, ill let you guess what that represents

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