Refurbishing Terrain – complete

*phew* so six months later than I’d planned but here are these two finished terrain sets. Unfortunately I’ve had some mental health issues caused by my work :( which have kept me away and meant that I’ve missed some planned posts about – Laser Cutting (really enjoying my new toy), Airbrushing terrain (god send more on this at some point), Rubble/detritus (or how to make a build look more natural and not just stuck on a bit of wood), Textured spray (or how to make painting a less trying process) *sigh* missed opportunities but i’m sure I’ll swing back to pontificating on these topics at some point.

So probably not my best work but i’ve enjoyed the results & have learnt some new things about incorporating custom made Laser Cut bits, but anyhoo pictures:

And here are some closer pics of my favourite buildings in these two sets, they are all mechanicum buildings which probably says something about me.

These two sets though similar in look are very different in average terrain piece size & number of pieces per set (one has fourteen, the other nine!), so it will be interesting to see how these differences impact on gameplay (& yes terrain should impact on gameplay otherwise why bother with it at all!).

Hope this amuses,

Nick

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About Nick

Who & Where? Me… sorry that doesn’t help! My name is Nick Brigg and i’m a gaming enthusiast in the Edinburgh area playing a variety of Wargames, Boardgames, Roleplay & LARPs on a regular basis. Currently I attend Edinburgh League of Gamers [elg] to get my weekly wargaming fix: http://elgamers.org/ What & Why? This blog is for me to share my enthusiam for the hobby, and in particular share my knowledge and experience of making wargames terrain and boards with the community. Hopefully improving the terrain which your playing on and making wargaming a prettier and more enjoyable experience.
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