A short and quick one today.The first of the 3D printed trays for my Lord of the Rings have been painted up.They are painted to the same green as my bases, and gotten the same flock. These will as such allow me to better line up and "complete" all the units I have in the pipeline, and easier to arrange in the cabinets.Now a couple more *couch* to go...
This is diorama-level scenery building, but almost everything he does in this video is applicable to wargamer-proof terrain too and the final result looks awesome. Paepercuts is a great channel; he was quiet for a while but has been putting out new stuff regularly now and is well worth the subscription over on YouTube. One of the comments in the Savannah video describes the host of these as “the Bob Ross of scenery videos” and I realized that’s one of the things I like about him, there’s none of the “HEYYYYYYY GUYSSSSSSSSSSS” weird loudness that is apparently standard issue in far too many other YT videos. As for me and my house, I’m still not doing much gaming-related stuff but I can feel the new-project itch starting up. This might be something completely different, away from the various 28mm projects I’ve spent time on the last five years or so. Possibly Russian Civil War at a grand tactical small scale, 6mm or even 2mm/3mm for that “miles of open step
OK so I've been pretty quiet for some time now, several factors could explain that but one of them was that I've been slowly bt steadily working on a lot of scenery for Fogou Models' upcoming kickstarter !I had the chance to paint their former kickstarter last year so I was pretty chuffed to get to work on this new one !This one is considerably more ambitious with a whole post-apoc fort !Read Moar Skullz »
I've been mostly finishing a very large commission this week but found time to do a couple of scenery bits. It's a bit of a mix of old and new. The Baleful Gate is now a pretty old kit, I think it's one they'll probably carry on for a while. I also tried one of the latest: Gloomspite Gitz: Bad Moon Loonshrine. I don't know how I feel about it. I like it but that's a lot of mushrooms. I think I might get a couple of kits and bash them, the mushrooms will always be handy for scenery stuff and the large rock moon would do a very nice bit on its own. Anyway, all available in the shop.
Well, it has been a while since I got a game in with my Slaaneshi forces, but this month I managed to take to the field and bring victory for the Dark Princess.As part of the League, I took up arms against the Ravenguard chapter of the Space Marines, and victory was obtained... albeit barely.As a result, I copied his bolter design to be offered on the trophy rack.I also participated in the loval GW store`s Warp Storm tournament, the first one I played in after 7 years. But alas, nothing was won there and the Dark princess was kept on her hunger...
I've been looking for a while at scenery kits to create ponds from and I think GW latest releases does the trick The old craters they used to produce were pretty good but not available anymore. Last week Skaven Gnawhole kit provides a good base. They really quick to put together if you don't use all the woody bits. I might try to do them without the spiral effect in the water next time. I've also painted regular Skaven Gnawholes. All available in the shop.
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Lots of scenery on the bench right now. I've tried one of the most recent GW release: Flesh-Eater Courts Charnel Throne. Pretty good kit. can work really well as scattered terrain too. Available for purchase here.
Hello! Terrains from ZEN Terrain manufactory fell into my hands again. Some of the smallest buildings, a motorcycle bar and two larger houses. The quality of workmanship of the parts is on a really good level. The elements come to us packed in cardboard packaging, the instructions are quite clear and the parts are perfectly cut out. Assembling is easy and each element fits the other. Compared to Tabletop Scenics, these are rather simple, uncomplicated solids with an average number of details. Painting was based on the application of two layers of primer (black + grey), which prevented fading of the proper color. Thanks to this it was possible to obtain quite vivid colours. I invite you to see the photo gallery below. Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
Back at doing scenery peaces this week and that makes me happy :)Trying to refill the shop with a mix of my popular bits: cemeteries, Mausoleums and objective markers. Available in the shop
I only managed to get a couple of scenery pieces in last few weeks as I'm so busy painting another project. The Mausoleum is a new piece for me from tabletop World. It's much nicer than GW ones but the price is way higher. I also did another well and an altar for DD's fans. All available in the shop.
...... posing as 15mm from various sources!These were my first entry in the challenge (currently beating Ray at this time), I have left them on the sticks for ease of movement and storage......They are a mixture of metal, resin and plastic and a mixture of scales too, 15mm, HO scale and some 28mm..........and nearly half are GZG!172 pieces in total.The above GZG windows doubling as video banks......Some of them plus a lot of other scenery will hopefully end up in this item.......
Last Scenery update for 2018...I restocked some of the cemetery and mausoleum dioramas. I also did another fountain from Fenris Game. I'll be busy early 2019 with Rising Sun commission and some other projects so will struggle to find time to do more scenery probably. Will keep the update s coming though. Shophttps://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/drwillettsworkshop/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
I managed to get some cemeteries and Mausoleums back in stock in between other jobs. It's all available in the shop.
So, two times the Emperor's Children went to battle this month, and while one ended in disaster, the other yielded another trophy to the godess of Pleasure.Massacred by the Custodes, the Pink Phalanx took it's vengeance on a bunch of Bad Moon Orks and Grots the week after.To that end, a small piece of a choppa, as the battle was decided in melee, has been added to the pile of defeated enemies.