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Dragon on treasure hoard: finish


When you're sure you've left no part of the base bare, you can bake your model. What I said at the end of the previous chapter applies to the treasure hoard also. It might be a good idea to let your dragon rest for a while, thus seeing slight flaws, like a heap of coins that cannot lie there because it's got nothing to stop it from sliding down. Just add a dish of part of a shield beneath it.

Below are pictures of the final dragon model from all sides.

So now it's time to bake your model and paint it. I hope you've enjoyed this case study. Feel free to mail me if you notice anything amiss or feel that I've left out some valuable information for creating dragons.