Scenery is looking like a theme this week. We’ll start with a review of Total Battle Miniatures’ Eastern Front well:
wasn’t sure what to write: well well well or all’s well that ends well?
Would make a good objective and does the wooden fence count as cover/concealment for any units by the well?
Looks good in your latest game gallery – very in keeping with the scenary.
When is loving wife going to rumble your terrain building and extend the moratorium?
Good point. Well her beef is that I’ve lots of unpainted stuff. She likened it to shoes. If she bought a load of shoes, but didn’t wear them, I’d get cross. Ergo it’s a waste of money.
My view is that I’ll paint them eventually… 🙂
Anyway, she can’t talk. She’s just bought me a load of scenery for our anniversary present and I’ve just placed an order with LOIC for some buildings as a birthday present 🙂
It’ll have to stop somewhere mind. I’m running out of space!
Yes but…..ladies shoes don’t appreciate in value and become collectors pieces if kept unused in the box…
Great review and nicely finished terrain piece.
Which static grasses did you use to finish the base?
How did you apply the static grass (not the silfor tufts)?
I am struggling with applying normal static grass at 15mm scale. I use Silfor Tufts which helps a lot but I have bags of the normal static grass I want to use as well.
p.s. I am in trouble for overspending as well 🙂
Hi Allan, glad you liked thereview. I’ll do a quick piece on applying flock tomorrow if you like. I use what I call ‘my puffer’ 🙂
Another good review. I like the look of this terrain piece – it’s very simple but would add some extra flavour to a battlefield. And you’ve painted it up well – looks very realistic!
Well, what can I say? I learnt how to paint wood from a Master!
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