Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Ruined Fantasy town WIPs

So this has been my long term 2015 hobby project, nearly finished now, a couple of buildings and bits and pieces to do then onto the painting. Should get it done for christmas!

I'm always open to a bit of (not to much) constructive criticism, so if you've got any ideas for improving them fire away!

Small child added for scale.

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  1. Wow! That is an impressive start! Look forward to seeing it all finished!

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  2. Thanks mate, I can't wait until it's finished either, its taking forever­čśö

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  3. Very nice building. Good job dude
    I´ll copy your big platform idea :-) I have a similar table for mordheim:
    pabloelmarques.com/trabajos/mordheim.php
    ;-)

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  4. Very nice. Frostgrave has gone down big in our club. Think we now have around 16 players

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    1. Seems to be doing really well, although I have a copy of the rules we haven't actually played it yet, we're more about the Mordheim at the moment.

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  5. Very nice job.

    I just started my Frostgrave terrain. Looks like I will be pinching a few of your ideas...

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  6. Very nice job.

    I just started my Frostgrave terrain. Looks like I will be pinching a few of your ideas...

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  7. This is extremely nice work!
    It appears that some of the stone work is individual blocks of blue foam. That really adds a lot of character to the building. Extremely well done!

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    1. I've mixed up individual bricks and larger areas where the brick pattern is just etched on the foam with a Biro, if you can get your hands on some foam with different thickness's you can layer some thiner cut out bricks over etched areas gives a good effect.

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  8. You have a couple of buildings on foam "platforms." Are you going to texture the vertical edges of the platforms?

    I love the way you detailed the individual blue foam stones. How did you do that?

    Thanks for showing this work. It is inspiring.

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    1. The foam is textured with a piece of concrete pressed into it, you can also use a screwed up ball of tin foil, just roll it over the foam, gives a nice stone texture.

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    2. Oh and the vertical edges will be textured not sure how I'm gonna do it, the blue foam would be expensive I might just try cutting cereal box card into bricks and see how that looks painted.

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    3. Thanks for the tips! I would not have thought to do this. Good luck with the rest of your project!

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  9. A work of art! and it's not even painted. Super amazing. I love your mix of different foams and textures.

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