Saturday, February 23, 2013

Fallen Trees and Bushes

   Six new terrain pieces of fallen trees and bushes are ready. These pieces are the perfect covers for archers to hide behind them. I will use them in one of our next games.  

   To make them, I used natural twigs, Styrofoam, white glue, hard paper, black wood putty, little stones, foliage (medium green and dark green), static grass and lichen. First I glued the twigs and the Styrofoam rocks on the hard papers.

    Next I covered the remaining surface of the hard papers with black wood putty and stuck the little rocks on them.

    Afterwards I sprayed everything black and when they became dry I painted them with the basic colours, neutral grey, black brown and burnt umber.

   I highlighted all of them a couple of times and when all got dry I stuck the foliage and lichen here and there. Below you can see the final result.

 Drar and a Dwarf Ranger among the fallen trees, ambushing and ready to release their arrows.

   That's it for today! Stay tuned for more!
   Danisnotatree, welcome aboard!


  1. These look really good and are a good addition to the SBG game with the fighting across obstacle rules.

  2. Excellent stuff! Cant beat real wood to be err... real wood! ;-)

    1. Thank you, Scott! Yes, real wood painted to be more natural! Oxymoron, isn't it?

  3. You've done a nice collection of articles on terrain these latest weeks which I missed. Some good tips here, thanks for that, Panagiotis!

    1. You are always welcome! Nice that you are back again!


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