Bark, Black Walnut, Treant Mitt
Not long ago, a farmer was working his land and he came upon an ancient black walnut. When he came closer he realized it wasn’t just a black walnut tree but a deceased treant of the Black Walnut Clan. To honor the fallen elder ent, he brought him to a his shop. From the remains he made a grand table for his home. And to ensure that all of the fallen treant was honored the farmer brought the remainder to a wood worker.
So shown here is the mitt of the treant. It is 9.75 inches from wrist to fore-finger and 6 inches wide. Its meaty palm is 2.5 inches thick. (248mm x 152mm x 64mm)
The flat side sits stably on a surface and allows the thick exterior bark lined with lichen in places as a suitable location for your diorama with a monstrous behemoth or grand dragon. Add some grasses and even a branch to create a tree or two for a really awesome piece.