Monday, June 26, 2017

Terrain Tutorial: Sectional Mountains. Part VII

 Almost done!  The mountain sections have been given a coat of diluted matte medium (50/50 with water) to harden the exteriors.  As the matte medium was drying I added some scenery - tufts and some ground foam.  I tried to not go overboard as these are desert "rocks".
 There are a few white specs from where the medium dried a little to thick.  I'll go over those in a few days wth a small brush but I think we can call these 99% done.

 I'm pretty happy with how they came out.
Now the question of how to transport them without damage needs to be sorted out....

5 comments:

Eric the Shed said...

These look great

CelticCurmudgeon said...

For transport may I suggest visiting a large DIY store like Home Depot and buying a box of appropriate size. You could go the plastic route for a greater expense but the advantage of that is that it has a lift off lid and handles with which to carry the container. Before placing these wonderful hills in the box wrap them in bubble wrap and fill in the spaces in the container with either foam "peanuts" or shredded paper. Either of those two will prevent too much moving about and are recyclable.
My two cents worth....
Jerry Lannigan

TamsinP said...

Good to see them finished Miles - they look great :)

Phil said...

Good luck for the transport...and congrats for these beautiful mountains!

DeanM said...

Amazing terrain work once again, Miles. Where do you store all of it?!