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I will be busy painting terrain for a while, and decided to also make a WIP progress log as I did with my Dark Elves.
The idea is to first buy and paint the individual terrain pieces, so that I can get an idea what each set contains, and then to start combining terrain. Also, keeping the build-booklet that comes with each one also helps to scout later what combos to create.
Well, first up is the ruined tower - I added the statues that comes with the chapel set to the tower:
After some painting it looks like this, just need to finish painting all the small details and then glue the wooden planks.
Will also start with construction on the chapel terrain piece this coming week.
Right, I got some new terrain, so I decided to paint it with the chapel. Progress has been slow, but getting there. For the ruins, I am busy painting the copper/brass, toghether with the chapel. After that, I want to add some grass to the ruins - green and brown. Chapel is going to take a bit longer to complete.
Solid effort, they look really good, love the wooden planking. Games played on a good board with good terrain make them so much better. Keep it up!
Hey buddha, nice solid work on the terrain
I was wondering, do you use an airbrush or something like that to paint, of do you paint everything by hand?
And do you only use GW terrain, or can we expect some custom made terrain soon?
Keep up the good work!
'Its better to have a swordmaster and not need her help, then to need her help and not have her'
Byjugo's WIP Thread
Nope, no airbrush, just plain jane paintbrushes.
Few years ago I did some custom terrain, when there was no GW terrain, but these days I just don't have the time or the effort to do custom terrain. What I want to do at a later stage is start combining GW terrain pieces together, with maybe here and there custom stuff added. But that's still awhile off.