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Take a look at my first three "finished" terrain templates. I'd love to get some criticism to improve my skills.
I was not very happy with the rock, it came out way too bland, because i was too aggressive on the drybrushing.
Very nice for your first few pieces. My suggestion (cause I like dirty scenery) would be to have more dirt showing in the grass. But thats an opinion and not somethign that wrong with the piece. Just keep it up and you'll develope your own stlye soon, again very nice.
Right on! thanks for the compliment, but i'm looking for opinions here so your "dirty" idea is well taken, and I agree.. the spring grass (Noch) I used made the round template look like unicorn-land.
The kitty litter i used does create a nice non-uniform gravel, but maybe i should break it up with some sandier texture and larger rocks... I'm just worried the placement of models will suffer...
WEll if your worried about it, make a small test section on some cardboard to see models will stand on the uneven trerrian stlye. But its good to see you planning ahead, thats an skill alot of people over look: using models during construction to make sure the piece of terrain works well for figure usage. Hope that helps.
Not bad at all! You could use it for both 40k and fantasy, which is nice, keep it up! :party:
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