I'll start today with a couple of links to other blogs.
First,Tony Harwood, that master of terrain, has put some basic tutorials on his page - Dampf's Modelling Blog - with Frostgrave in mind. To quote him
By publishing this tutorial I am hoping that I can raise some money for charity. If you have read and enjoyed this short tutorial, I would ask that the next time you pass a charity collection tin or someone in the street collecting that you donate whatever you think fit and remember this article.Obviously I think that a splendid sentiment and one worth sharing, but Dampf's tutorials are well worth looking at.
The second link is to a new blog - The Frostgrave Files - which also has some useful tutorials.
From the above you can probably guess that my focus at the moment is on Frostgrave.
While walking the dog this week I took some photos of the City Walls as reference pics for terrain. I thought others might also find them of use. If you right-click them to open in a new tab, you can then super-size them.
And a few other things that caught my eye...
|For some reason this garage appeals to me|
|Medieval house with C20th additions. The house next door (blue door)|
is undoubtedly also medieval at core, but received a Georgian make-over
|A modern nod on the route of the wall|
|This is where our local Wizard lives|
|A good place for Mysterious Lurkers - there was one there this morning!|
OK, these have generated some interest. So for more info
Photos from the 1930s-1960 (much better than mine and including parts now lost). For comparison, the photos I've taken are of the Black Tower and walls from Carrow Hill.
Video tour of the city walls