|Never mind the Dreadball figures|
Also visible in that picture is a quick and dirty movement tray I made for the Sneaky Gits. Cardboard base, cardboard lip covered in poppy seeds and a bit of filler to smooth it out: spray black, paint dark grey with a drybrush of light try and bob is your uncle.
Today, however, our main thrust of conversation here is going to be the after-effects of buying a table.
|Never mind the Torchic|
In February, Sister Superior put the foot down on the very old, very shoogly and very small dining table we owned and demanded I trek out with her to Ikea to buy a new one. A cheap dining table isn't something I could get excited about... However, receiving a new object in cardboard and polystyrene packaging always has it's uses!
Before moving back to Warhammer Fantasy I wanted to knock out some more terrain pieces, and redress an imbalance in my collection. I have lots of hills, road sections and rockspires but only a few buildings, and no ruined buildings at all. This is the classic image of a 40K tabletop, but in my entire life I've only ever made one ruined building - the old "turn a polystyrne tray into a building" trick, back when it was first featured in white dwarf, and even then I never painted the damn thing up properly.
|Never mind the old scan|