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On the outskirts of Dead man’s Gulch is lonely Boot Hill. Martha stands alone swearing vengeance at her husband’s graveside upon the outlaws who gunned him down…
"Wot did you do in the war Grandad?"
"I was with Harry... At The Bridge!"
Nice work, the birds are a great touch.
I like little vignette style pieces a lot.
A big bit off scatter for our Fistful of Lead games!
Looks great. Every Western game needs a Boot Hill!
The “obviousness” of it reminds me a bit of Westworld. I like that. Obvious is good, sometimes.
It would also be an excellent piece for the sort of “weird west” horror theme that’s trending in 28mm miniature gaming right now (Dracula’s America, Curse of Dead Man’s Hand, etc.)
The scraggly vegetation around the fence and tombstones is very effective. How did you make it?
Rodders, much as I’d like to claim it as a great invention by yours truly, it’s really this stuff. Usually a figure base might get a tuft or two… Boot Hill took half a box of the stuff!
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