Reaping what you sow

dragon's teeth
Jason and his trusty Argonauts are surrounded by skeletons raised from King Aeetes’ despicable magic dragon’s teeth

Having finally collected together the components needed to start my Tribes of Legend project I have taken the opportunity to put together a diorama for the blog. You may remember Jason and his trusty Argonauts from my previous post and the skeletons are Games Workshop Tomb Kings with Hoplon shields from Magister Militum.

The ancient temple over which they are fighting is from Amazon and is actually a fish tank ornament which has been repainted and repurposed. I think it fits rather well!

11 thoughts on “Reaping what you sow

  1. Beautiful scenic shot! Really draws you right in with the background. The positioning of miniatures is also dynamic while giving a sense of scale. Finally the temple is really a nice piece. Did you need to fill in a lot of casting artifacts?

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