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Okay so this is actually my... umm 3rd attempt at terrain... I think it looks pretty good. I still have to blend the dead trees to the base, as you can see a distinct line at the bottom of their trunks. But overall i'm pleased with the result.

I'd still like to hear some c&c as there is obviously always room for improvment.

http://i262.photobucket.com/albums/ii91/Razal1983/DSCF0113.jpg
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Thats a nice piece of terrain there mate, you should be pleased with that. I like the way you have worn the dragon teeth and randomly spaced the flock so it looks more natural. The broken tree is also a nice touch.

If you wanted to blend the trees more into the base I would suggest green stuff. Just roll up a worm of GS and place it around the base of the tree, then use your fingers/a modelling tool to shape the GS so it looks like a continuation of the ground up to the tree base - should work a treat.

Can't wait to see more of your terrain mate.

Rich.
 

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Sweet, very very sweet. There'll be no tanks getting past those!
 

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Good job, Razal1983, nicely done! As mentioned before, the moss is simply a wonderful touch, lending realism to the piece; it really makes it come to life! What materials and/or methods were used to create the moss? What materials were the teeth made from? I'm interested to know!

Trees are also a great touch as well, but I agree that they need some further blending into the piece to make them more believable.

Overall, awesome job. Keep on keepin on!
 

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Well... the base was done with foam core, 5mm thickness. I cut the dragon teeth using a foam cutter (blue insulation foam) into the basic pyramid shapes and then cut the "wear and tear marks" out with an exacto. I used a 1 part glue and 3 part water mix to seal the styrofoam and then sprayed with chaos black. I based the whole thing with regular sand i got from a local play ground, and then panted some grey and white tones on the dragon teeth for the worn down rock look. I then used simple GW flock for the moss and some woodland scenics trees for the trees... haha

Thanks for the positive remarks!!!!
 
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