Sunday, September 22, 2013

A Little 28mm Terrain Work

 Today's task was to clean up my gaming area and begin to organize the ever-growing lead pile.  Well, to be honest, the ever growing lead, resin and plastic pile.  I decided once the clean up was done to build some 28mm terrain - namely Architects of War's Stone Wall and Forest sets.  These are nice little kits to work with and went from in-the-box to done in about three hours.

 The stone wall set consists of four 9 inch straight pieces and two small ends.  I primed everything in a light grey auto primer and dry brushed a darker shade of grey for highlighting.  Add some ground foam and it's done.  I think they came out nicely.
 Next up was a set of 4 tree stands - this is a nifty way to make a forrest and works with both 15mm and 28mm scale figures.  The product comes with resin base and pre-made Woodland Scenics trees. It's a simple but very effective way to build decent tree scenery.

 The "completed" forrest.  I've got another of these sets to finish which will provide a nice sized forrest for my War of 1812 through ACW gaming.  Like the walls, these were a snap to both assemble and paint.  The resin bases have lots of details in the undergrowth.

Last, but not least, I also assembled the Architects of War Meeting House/Church kit.  This kit is a bit more involved as it has a fully detailed interior but it will make a fine North American themed focal point for an upcoming battle.

All in all, it was a productive day.  And my Saints won and are now 3-0 - yes it was a very good day indeed!

4 comments:

James Brewerton said...

great looking terrain Miles
Peace James

Ray Rousell said...

Nice work Miles,keep it coming!

Anibal Invictus said...

Inspiring work!!

Paul of the Man Cave said...

Very nice Miles!