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This is one of several terrain pieces my husband gave me for my birthday earlier this month.

 

Technically this thing is called a "Small Hovel", but it seems more hut-like to me.  It has a removable roof that I'm not planning to glue on, something which might be a bed inside, and a surprisingly good-looking door.

 

It says it's resin, but whatever this is it's very different from the other resin terrain I have, which feels plasticky and resists paint.  This feels more like terra cotta and it absorbed paint and water the first few layers.

 

I have primed it thinly with white and washed over that with Burnt Umber to bring out the details.

 

I am probably not going to paint it in any orthodox fashion.

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You could paint it as if every stone the hovel-holder used was brought to him from a far off land by visitors. It is a hermit's hovel but he will only impart his wisdom to those who bring him a stone from afar...

 

You could have similar fun with the planks in the door. Salvaged barnwood from twelve different barns.

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You could paint it as if every stone the hovel-holder used was brought to him from a far off land by visitors. It is a hermit's hovel but he will only impart his wisdom to those who bring him a stone from afar...

 

You could have similar fun with the planks in the door. Salvaged barnwood from twelve different barns.

That is an awesome idea!

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Cool building!

 

What company makes it? It seems like it would work well with my upcoming campaign.

I forgot to include the packaging picture.  It's from Architects of War.

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You could paint it as if every stone the hovel-holder used was brought to him from a far off land by visitors. It is a hermit's hovel but he will only impart his wisdom to those who bring him a stone from afar...

 

You could have similar fun with the planks in the door. Salvaged barnwood from twelve different barns.

That is an awesome idea!

 

Yes, it is!

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