01/10/2021 at 16:48 #162518
Re-Clutter your Life (#Terraintober Immersion marker Project) Part 1 – The Pig Sty – This is a series of daily blog posts that will be running in October focus on simple terrain clutter to enhance your wargames table. Have a look and share the joy!01/10/2021 at 17:05 #162520MikeKeymaster01/10/2021 at 17:38 #162523Andrew BeasleyParticipant
Can smell it from here.
I do love tables with ‘extras’ like this even if they play no active part in the game. A fine example01/10/2021 at 18:52 #162525ThomastonParticipant
I was thinking last night I need to make a pig pen and here you are witha tutorial 😀
Tired is enough.02/10/2021 at 02:42 #162531Fred BParticipant
Don’t have any pig minis, but I so want to make a pig pen!
I guess I will be checking your blog daily this month 😉 I am currently working on making some 15mm countryside terrain and was pretty slow about it, but your blog is giving me strength and motivation to make more stuff! I already learned a cool way of making small structure by gluing them on a sheet of paper and cutting them out. No more fiddling with tiny structures as they dry. Thanks for that.
I probably won’t be able to keep up your pace, but I am definitely trying that root cellar tomorrow 🙂02/10/2021 at 17:11 #162573
Re-Clutter your Life (#Terraintober Immersion marker Project) Part 2 – The Root Cellar – This is a series of daily blog posts that will be running in October focusing on simple terrain clutter to enhance your wargames table. Have a look and share the joy!02/10/2021 at 17:56 #162575MikeKeymaster10/10/2021 at 22:22 #162939
Part 3 to 10
10/10/2021 at 23:01 #162940Tony SParticipant
Well done Per! My wife wants that dog; she loves it!
A few months ago I painted up a couple of packs of chickens and bunnies from Warbases (https://warbases.co.uk/product-category/figurines/animals/ ) and based them individually.
I thought I’d just use them to scatter around villages or woods or farms and such, but I actually found that I’m using them for markers in games. Much nicer on the table than glass beads or MDF markers. I just have to remember than a bunny means “shaken” or a chicken means “activated”.15/10/2021 at 02:09 #163245Cacique CaribeParticipant
Wow, these look incredible!
Loads of WIPs: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/with/7215771063052937616/10/2021 at 18:20 #163353
Cheers for the Positive comments, here are Part 11 (yes it says 10 in the link but it is part 11) to 16
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