Three lots of terrain for you today guys but of a similar ilk.
Temple Ruins are quite the iconic and staple item for any good wargaming table I’d say. Especially if we are talking 40k, fantasy or medieval. These pieces will be incorporated into my HellGate project of course but will remain versatile too.
Lets take a look at the first one.
The first picture shows the base and main structure of the building. I love those steps and can imagine quite the sword fight between two combatants on them.
In the next picture I’ve added the second, even more dilapidated, floor. Interestingly, the upper section just sits on top and doesn’t lock into place with any pegs, like with the Lake House. Not sure why? I think I will end up gluing the top sections on, otherwise they will easily topple off. Or I could magnetize them I guess.
Some nice details but those print lines are a bit more prominent on this piece. It’ll be interesting to see if I can hide those lines with sanding or painting or both.
The next lot of ruins have a Roman or Greek vibe about them but could still tie in with the first lot. The base of this one includes the walls.
The roof for the semicircle is separate and slots on nicely but, again no pegs, so I reckon I will glue it on.
Then we have the roof. I can imagine so nasty old Lord using this place as his HQ or as his staging area.
The last lot of ruins is more church or chapel-ish and came in three pieces.
Love all the larger rubble scattered around.
A close up shows those annoying print lines again but I am confident I’ll be able to smooth them out actually. I’ll work some magic.
The second floor slots in quite securely but I still think I’ll glue it down.
The third floor, if you can even call it that made me think “Why bother?” haha but I guess it adds a little height and that the final result looks pretty cool.
QUESTION: Do I need to wash 3D printed stuff before painting it, like with some resin models? I know I could ask Google but you lot are much more fun, personable and interesting to ask things to.
That’s your lot for today gang.
I hope you’re finding these posts interesting or even inspiring. Inspiring you to get your hands on some of this awesome scenery or to even scratch-build your own.
I really enjoy scratch building but there’s something to say about having pre-made pieces when it comes to terrain.
I think terrain can really help build a world, battlefield or setting and therefore helps the whole thing become more immersive and, for me, that is vital.
ONE MORE THING:
OTP Terrain also print miniatures from Necromunda Goliath type characters and Dwarves to WW2 tanks and giant demons. Here’s one I’ll be getting.