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Since the Bret Treb has become so awesome (for the points) I decided to make another and take some progress pics. It is simply 3/8" sq balsa. You can see that the design is fairly simple and the stone is the dense pink insulation foam. The 'leather' that holds the stone is folded paper dampened with water and glue. When dry it holds its shape great - this is the same mehod I use for capes and cloaks. Here it is before it is painted:
Last edited by MDSW; September 2nd, 2010 at 14:11.
Here it is after a wash with a little brown ink mixed with brown wash. The rivets were drops of wood glue applied before the wash was done.
awesome mod MDSW; do you plan to work in a couple peasants to "operate" the trebuchet?
Yes - I have four converted M @As. I will post a finished pic after all is painted and based.
I'm sure in a friendly it won't matter much, but would you be able to play this piece in your army at a tourny? I bet it was much cheaper to build a trebuchet than buying the model.
I have never had a problem at any tourney and it does have GW peasants. And, I think I spent about a total of $3 for all of the material... Most of it was just scraps lying around from other projects.