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I knocked out some random pieces of scenery last night. Everything was washes and dry brushing.

 I  hope you like them.

 

First up is a heavily damaged Jersey barrier made by Secret Weapon miniatures.  

 

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Next are 2 grave stones from craft store Halloween village sets. The one on the left I repainted then did washing and drybrushing. The one on the right i intentionally did a sloppy job of painting so that some of the original colors were still visible, then i weathered it like the other one.

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I'm not sure where I got this table from, but it looked like it would be pretty quick to spruce up, so I  did. 

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Let me know what you think, please.

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20 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Good job!

They are perfect for scatter!

Thank you! Yes indeed, some good scatter terrain, and it was also a nice easy little project that I started and finished in the same evening. I find that's it's nice to be to knock something out quickly once in a while, it's good for my motivation.

 

19 hours ago, malefactus said:

COOL STUFF, Wolf! I love the gravestones in particular; re, they have a delightful creepiness to them.

Thank you, that's exactly what I was going for.

14 hours ago, Grand Slam said:

All looking good...that gravestone with the skull is especially cool. I imagine that table will be pretty versatile.

Thank you. I didn't have any specific purpose in mind when I did these, but it occurred to me when I took the pictures that I had managed to paint some things that will work in a variety of settings; bonus!

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