Sunday, March 20, 2011

Terrain

Since I'm still waiting on some orders to complete the Seleucid army, figured I'd paint up some terrain that's been sitting on a shelf for a couple of years. I bought this for $20 at a local convention a couple of years ago. It was a on sale due to the bottom being a bit warped. As it made of foam this was easily leveled. It is from Monday Knight Productions.
The entire piece sprayed with a black undercoat.
It was then dry-brushed with craft store paint. Red mixed with a little brown, yellow and white was used for the smaller bricks.
Grays were than applied to the streets and walls. Finally these where lightened with white. The piece is probably good for 20mm or so, but here it is with a couple of Foundry figures.
Here is an Old Glory 25mm figure running up a street.
This is a VFM figure; which is a larger 28mm.
I plan to use it in a Verdun scenario using The Great War rules.

9 comments:

  1. MUY BUEN TRABAJO, Y TIENE MUCHAS UTILIDADES

    FELICIDADES
    ALFONS

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  2. That's a nice piece of painted kit and versatile for a lot of periods.

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  3. Thanks, Gents. Since the photos in the post, I've sealed the entire piece - first with acrylic spray (to ensure the paint is set), and then brush coated it with Future-Pledge floor wax (a liquid acrylic). Regards, Dean

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  4. Whow, what a huge terrain. It looks
    beautiful!
    Cheers, Wolfgang

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  5. Great work! Like Angry Lurker said, you can use that piece for just about any era.

    Ted

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  6. Superb work Dean

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