Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Ruins or Tudor

A mixed bag of scenery, firstly my model for the ruined chapel on Barrosa hill:

Made from that mainstay, foam board. Knocked up and painted in an afternoon.

Next up is a more Greco-Roman ruin, also suitable for fantasy games and the like. The columns are plastic wedding cake decorations, crudely sawn into chunks, then filled with filler.

The sharp eyed may recognise a bit of GW plastic in there too.

Lastly, assembled in spare time on a otherwise busy weekend, a foam board Tudor house, with card tiling and exposed beams. Not much to look at in the raw:


But it painted up well.

Based sturdily to suit club use, it's scaled to be suitable for 20mm to 28mm gaming.

3 comments:

  1. Your ruins look fantastic. Just have to get my lazy arse in gear and produce some myself.

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  2. The ruins are ludicrously easy, just some foam board, mdf, a craft knife, glue, sand, scatter and a selection of DIY tester pot paints is all it takes.

    I sense another tutorial...

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