Studio McVey makes some of the most amazing models on the market - and I've been waiting to make time to paint their Pan for a very, very long time. This weekend I finally made some time to get the base started.
At this point I'm waiting for the water to dry in a natural furrow in an olive wood block. The block has been lightly stained ebony to darken it a bit - and I've added soil, brass ferns, and tree stumps (from Secret Weapon) to create a more full scene.
I'll check on the base when the water is dry, add some detail to it, and then start looking to add a bit more foliage to the "wet" area.