This is just a quick part two of the terrain project. This time the ever popular linear obstacles, a main stay of seemingly any gaming terrain. Plus a ruined building.
With a lot more power tooling of 6mm MDF board the bases for the walls and hedges were produced. It may be very easy to create a wall from a strip of something but the key is basing it well enough to not break or warp. I set about building three styles of obstacle; rough stone wall, hedge, and a dressed wall with posts to match the building.
|Chunky bases. Shallower bevel than previous pieces due to the shape.|
|Foamboard and balsa wood construction.|
|Strips cut from aero board and green scourer at work here.|
|Feasible set up, Scars of Caen scorched nobles estate?|
|Detailing for building and filler underway. Floorboards are are coffee stirrers.|
|Front step tiles are cut from GW custom movement tray.|
|Balsa wood works so well for many things, the broken corner supports make use of the natural wood appearance.|
|After two coats of a rough filler mix, the effect of the walls seems to work well.|
|Painting and flocking almost complete.|