Monday, 14 March 2016

One Mini Every Week #11

Seeing as how I seem to find myself slightly ahead of the 'paint one miniature every week' goal yet again (as I painted 3 mini's last week), I thought I would have a go at making some more scatter terrain...

(note that the white 'filler' isn't quite so overpowering in real life)

This particular piece is just a little test to see how things go - and I've tried to make it without applying any paint (except to paint the base brown before flocking) - giving it the look of a wall that's made with lime mortar.

For those that might be interested in knowing how I made it basically has a core made from a paper towel soaked in watered down PVA (like the STALAGMITES I made previously) - which is then based on a bit of vinyl floor tile that's been cut to shape.

Once it had dried, I glued on some aquarium gravel (as seen in my WALL tutorial), and filled in the gaps with a bit of cheap wall filler.

Then all that was left to do was add some flock and a few bushes cut from the same 'grass mats' I used when making strips of BOCAGE.

(once again - the 'filler' isn't quite so in your face in person)

So, all in all, it was pretty easy to make, and I think I might make a couple more of them for a 'wilderness' set of scatter terrain (perhaps taking some more photographs along the way for a better tutorial).


  1. Where did you get those sweet trees?

    1. I made them from golf tees and green dish scourers :