I heart terrain

I really, really, really, really, really enjoy making terrain.

I don’t know why exactly?

Maybe it’s because I always wanted to be architect… well I didn’t actually want to be an architect that was just a blatant lie really.

Maybe it’s because I’m a real estate agent by trade and just enjoy buildings! Then again that’s a another complete lie.

I fink I just like it coz it’s fun innit?!

A few more completed terrain pieces for Outgard but they could be used for other scenarios and games etc too I imagine.

I picked up a few skull pots (for plants) a couple of years ago. They’re nifty little items actually. I’ve given them a little attention with some drybrushing as they were just plain none colour.

I hope you like them kids.

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25 thoughts on “I heart terrain”

    1. Haha I hear you buddy. I have one display cabinet full and several pieces in my storage locker and a second table is strewn with pieces. I also have a very understanding and forgiving wife haha.

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  1. That’s the thing about skull pots, you never know when they might come in handy! Looks great. Like many others I too like scenery and like you it seems I acquire bits having little idea when or how I will use them but knowing one day I will.

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  2. Am I the only one breathing a sigh of relief that they’re skull plant pots (he said, backing away slowly)?
    Scenery’s looking pretty good though!
    I like doing scenery ’cause it’s a chance to not have to be too precise (which also seems to match the capabilities of me eyesight)!

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    1. Ahaha. I’m not sure if you were on board when I was building my Dark hallow army of skellies, ghouls and zombies but I did post a photo shoot of the skellies standing upon actual human bones. Long story but it was used in a science lab and I ummmm… found it 😉

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