|A veritable ruined street of terrain pieces.|
Finally, a hobby project finished for 2016! Yes, after a couple of weeks of dawdling I've painted up my Warhammer cardboard ruins, which means I have seven new pieces to add to my already extant four pieces. That's a nice wee ruined city board option ready to slap down on the tabletop.
After my last post I had six pieces of terrain assembled but still bare cardboard. I made one more ruin to use up some loose pieces of cardboard I had - another fairly large one, this time a three-walled building - and then it was time to move onto the next steps - filler, basing and painting.
|Slapped on this and fast|
|A mixture of basing materials.|
|All seven terrain pieces ready for undercoat. The seventh "three walled" ruin the one at the left hand side.|
|All four black paints used, not counting the spray can of Army Painter.|
|All seven pieces after the first drybrush. A bit blue at this point.|
|After the second drybrush - looking a lot better!|
|All seven new pieces, ready to roll.|
|One side of the T-junction like wall|
|Funny, I thought I put graffiti on this piece but I can't see any...|
Mixed in with my older pieces I now have eleven pieces of ruined building, all painted similar enough that they can be intermixed to look like segments of the same building. They now all sit together pretty well. Throw down some roads and we got ourselves a table.
|The ruins scattered about my painting table.|
Now all I need to do is play a game with the damn stuff...
|Intentionally faint but the blue graffiti smiley face in the corner of that building has CHOPPER written beneath it.|