What lurks beneath the lake?

For generations the inhabitants of the fishing village have been afraid when night falls. Because when it is dark, danger lurks. Animals and villagers disappear. From time to time dark figures come crawling out of the lake, grunting with deep-throated noises. They are hungry and take what they find - animals and also people. They pull their victims back into the lake, into the depths, mercilessly. There is no turning back for the abducted. Only their bones and skulls bear witness to their origin and now serve as war and wall decorations in the fiery caves of the inhuman Lurks. It is time to change this!

With "WHAT LURKS BELOW" Brandon Palmer (http://www.gmmstudios.net/) has created one of his tabletop artworks with products from ZITERDES. On the surface, the small, innocent fishing village nestles against a lake. Brandon skilfully manages to set the stage for the footbridges and houses of the ZITERDES Urban Lakeside series. Trees, meadows and vegetation complete the diorama. Brandon has hit the lake's subsoil perfectly and decorated it with stones, rocks and flotsam and coloured it perfectly. With the help of ZITERDES' artificial water he filled the lake and poured the boat into it. Thanks to the 2K water gel (drying time approx. 6 hours with different aggregate conditions: thin, viscous, solid - only available in specialist shops! art. no. NOCH 60870) he had enough time to set the boat and the fisherman poking for a barrel in scene.

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With "WHAT LURKS BELOW" Brandon Palmer (http://www.gmmstudios.net/) has created one of his tabletop artworks with products from ZITERDES. On the surface, the small, innocent fishing village nestles against a lake. Brandon skilfully manages to set the stage for the footbridges and houses of the ZITERDES Urban Lakeside series. Trees, meadows and vegetation complete the diorama. Brandon has hit the lake's subsoil perfectly and decorated it with stones, rocks and flotsam and coloured it perfectly. With the help of ZITERDES' artificial water he filled the lake and poured the boat into it. Thanks to the 2K water gel (drying time approx. 6 hours with different aggregate conditions: thin, viscous, solid - only available in specialist shops! art. no. NOCH 60870) he had enough time to set the boat and the fisherman poking for a barrel in scene.