Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Terrain pieces for October

Another terrain post for another new month.

I'll start with this small treasure chest that was bought in a charity shop in Ledbury, Worcestershire. It is a white resin casting.

I cut away the large resin base and re-mounted it on to an oval of 3mm thick plastic card. The base was built up with DAS and the groundwork further detailed with sieved stones and sand. I painted the chest as the original model.

The second piece is another resin casting, this time from Grendel Scotia with a couple of bits of clutter from my 'bits box'.

Once again the pieces were glued to a scrap of 3mm plastic card and the groundwork built up with DAS.

I have tried to keep the colours light as I find that clutter can become 'lost' if painted too dark.



Phil said...

Great looking vignette!

Mark G said...

Those are great. The treasure chest in particular is once again great use of a non-wargaming piece.

Warburton said...

Very nice!