The buildings from the Garden of Morr now have a finished base to sit on, which can also be used as a separate piece of terrain - I like the idea of doubling up and maximising usage. Using the same techniques of card, paper, wood filler and bits of junk I found scattered around the house, I've also taken the time to knock up some additional terrain pieces. First, two bases of ruins, and secondly a 'modular' barrow hill.
|The buildings in place - finishing these is the next job|
|A small bit of added detail|
|Two bases of ruins - always useful terrain pieces|
|Some detail from the ruins|
|The 'modular' hill - I decided to make this in the style of a barrow, with|
the suggestion of a ruined entrance at one end
|The top section removed for ease of placing troops|
|A detail from the hillside - perhaps the doorway to an ancient barrow is|
hidden beneath the ruins and foliage?
I'm rather pleased to have got all this finished this weekend, especially as I spent most of my time painting something completely different...
|My latest masterpiece in high-shine gloss ;-)|