Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Terrain Tuesday #15

It was very pleasant weather here over the weekend, so on Sunday afternoon after doing some 1:1 Scale painting, I was able to settle into the Shed of Delights to pick up on some long-postponed terrain projects.

Remember this one?
I'm sure that I'm not the only one cluttering up my shed with terrain building material.  As well as having a draw full of bits'n'bobs, I've a pile of polystyrene and kiddies' building blocks (I need more of the latter!).


The polystyrene is intended  for larger walls.  It isn't my intention to build a pink castle but I decided to put a little paint in with the diluted white glue so I could make sure of good coverage.  The next time I'll make sure I have some black or grey paint in the shed!


As well as the Pringles Tower I also had a well/pool languishing in a part-completed state.


I had thought that there were WIP photos for this, but I can't find them.  Basically, I took the lid from the Pringles tube and stuck teeny-tiny foam bricks to it.  On Sunday I added some bits from the gash drawer and undercoated it.




And as you see, I also had some fund gluing the kiddies' blocks together (the beasts came from Poundland  - they originally had wings, which have been removed and put on one side for 'something').


So, in summary: nothing finished, but things progressed a little.



3 comments:

  1. We all needs days like this, fabulous progress Edwin - the secret is not to put them away again.

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  2. I can't tell you how many terrain pieces I've made out of Pringles cans over the years. Everything is coming together nicely.

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  3. Looks fantastic so far Edwin! Don't put it aside but go on!

    Greetings
    Peter

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