Herder of Cats Posted October 11, 2016 Share Posted October 11, 2016 A friend of mine recently gave me several boxes of Hirst Arts blocks he had casted for a project that he's never going to finish, so I decided it was time to finally make some terrain for RPGs and Skirmish games. We've been playing Song of Blades & Heroes lately. Since my son loves to play evil liches, necromancers, and undead, I decided I'd start with a graveyard. I made some mausoleums and a sepulcher from the hirst arts website, primed them black, then drybrushed from dark to medium light greys. I put some various brown and dark green washes, then drybrushed up to light greys. Then I used some woodland scenics flocking, army painter tufts, and some birch seeds for leaves. I decided not to base them so I could use them on any type of terrain. I think they look pretty cool for my first try. Next, I'm trying to figure out how to make gravestones and spooky, dead trees. Then maybe fencing and a ruined church. Any advice on how to make any of the above? Any advice for the terrain I made and how to make it better? Also, any ideas for a next project? I have the Dragons don't share ruins and was thinking of doing the Hirst Arts Wizard Tower next since I have all the blocks and it's said to be good for beginners. Thanks! 20 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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