Monday, 25 August 2014

Completed terrain commission pieces so far... Almost there!!!


Hey folks it's been a while, hope you've all been doing well.
Don't mind me I'm just posting a large pic-dump. A large portion of the terrain is done and is being picked up tomorrow. So I'll have more storage space to get on with the last few pieces.





So, the boards, the woods and generic scatter terrain are done. I decide to go with some clumps of boulders and several rock spires to break up the space on the board/line of sight etc:





The handful of 40k scatter terrain and walls/barricades are done too:









I went for many smaller clumps of terrain overall so that it would be useful for both skirmish gaming and larger wargaming, the woods having optional empty bases for ease of marking area etc.


I'm still working on the couple of larger 40k pieces at this moment they're kind of undercoated but need some finer details adding to add a bit of life before I properly set myself to painting them:


The fantasy walls are built and primed: 


That just leaves me with some fantasy specific scatter terrain to do and a couple of larger fantasy pieces and the project is done.




It's probably going to be quiet around here again for a while as I concentrate on finishing the last portion of terrain.

I really can't wait to get back to my own hobby projects after this.
Speak to you all when I get a chance.

Take care everybody,
Jonah

8 comments:

  1. Really nice stuff, some good simple to execute but very effective ideas for scatter terrain here. :) might nick a few of them :)

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    1. Thank you very much.
      That was the plan, simple no nonsense scatter terrain with a bit of character.
      Once I've got this project done I'm probably going to be making some for my own collection too :)
      So in effect, nicking my own ideas!?!

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  2. Make me a table now? I can pay you in used tissues and hugs :)

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  3. Amazing work, Stygian! Inspiring at all times you are!

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  4. I love the mossy rocks! The board looks great in general :)

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    1. Thank you. I'm looking forward to getting some games in on it. The local club is opening for business very soon.

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