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Hey im a beginner at scenery building and i need some help/ideas for game scenery, i wanna have good set of imperial fortifications, i play dark angels, any tips or examples someone can give me?
HEY HEY! Welcome to the world of Scenery building!
Welcome to the scenery forum here on LO too!
First thing to do: use the [SEARCH THIS FORUM] button and do a search for imperial buildings.
Then, look through alot of the tutorials because i know for a fact, a lot of them are imperial buildings (i know because i made alot of them)
Then, Check out the Iron Chef: Scenery hall of honor, good place to get some good ideas,
Then, check out some of the members who you see their name in alot of the scenery forums, check out their blogs. lots of great ideas there.
THEN.... after you do that, and have some questions on specific pieces, i'll have better answers.
Rome wasn't built in a day, Either should good scenery.
Shonuff's right, you may have to be a bit more specific. What sort of difficulty level are you talking about. There are some great examples of high quality terrain on this forum, but a lot of it is quite complex. Are you up for that or do you want simple, cheap and qucik.
If you do your best bet may be cutitng some squares of hardboard or thick card (about 20cm x 20cm), getting hold of some foamboard/corrugated card, cutting it into strips with jagged tops, cut soem windows and doors and sticking it to the hardboard. You can then coat the floor with glue and cover in cut up bits of sprue, card, gravel, sand etc. Finally give it a spray of grey paint, a dry brush and a wash with watered down paint (even poster paint will do) and you have some function, if not partiularly impressive terrain.
The advantage of this is as you improve/become richer you can lavish more time and moeny n the materials you use, extra details like lamp posts and posters and the effort you put into painting.
This is an example of what I mean, but where the chap has put a lot into the painting and has evenused some sort of textured paper/card to simulate bricks
Going to need some more info, but definitely search the forum, go way back you never know what you'll see.