Monday, 23 November 2015

Scatter terrain

It has been quite a while since I've posted any new painting  and with the upcoming Analogue Challenge, I thought it was about time to get the brushes back out again and put paint to plastic (or MDF in some cases) to I wasn't quite so rusty. The first two are some bits of scatter terrain for use in a muddy English village, or a railroad town in the Old West. The well is one of the pieces of terrain provided with Dungeon Saga. Thanks to the Kickstarter bonuses, I have three of these; which I think is highly unlikely to occur in any adventures... 
The other piece of scatter terrain was this little chicken coop from Warbases. Again, destined for an English village circa 1943, or an Old West town.  One thing I have realised is that quick snaps with my iphone are not going to cut it for the painting challenge as the colours in these are well off. I'll take some better pictures when I clear off the dining table and set up the lightbox.

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  1. Both look great but I really love that chicken coop!

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    1. It looked like a fun little addition to a table when browsing the WarBases stall the other week. Now it is painted up, I'm even more impressed. Not bad for £4 :)

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  2. I love both of these, but you have really made a fabulous job on the chicken coop.

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    1. Thanks! The bleaching of the colours isn't doing it any favours though as you can't see some of the weathering... which possibly tells me it is too subtle, but there you go ;)

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  3. Love the chicken coop. You can tell the chicks like it on top! Ooo er?

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    1. I'm not sure if that is the chickens, or some local birds landing to laugh at the clipped chickens ;)

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  4. Love the chicken coop. You can tell the chicks like it on top! Ooo er?

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