After being less than impressed with my own table last week I decided it was time to get some terrain organised. I'm not really very good at making terrain, but I wanted something to pass for a camp, something else I could use as a suitable enclosure for a Celtic or Dark Age village, and something that might do for a pond or small lake.
First up, cut a stick mat used for rolling sushi into two 2 cm width lengths and affix to an 80 x 80 base. Use white glue and sand to texture the base.
Spray with gray primer to help the glue hold better.
Brush on some old craft paint in burnt umber.
Dry brush with buff.
Flock to taste.
Think about getting some better houses!
100 yen shop bricks glued together and onto a base.
Texture base, prime gray, and then paint tents darker gray using brush.
Apply burnt umber, then dry brush the tents lighter using various grays and off whites.
Prepare to flock.
Pond (so far).
Cut out shape. Glue on small stones pond.
Add sand. Paint bottom of pond green. Burnt umber elsewhere.
Flocking and water effect still to come...