Whew, finally got a chance to do some blogging. So I am posting the finished project of making some hobby terrain to make my boards look nice. Again these are from Worldsmith Industries and are made from resin. The trees I ended up using I picked up from a flea market. I tore the trees off the old bases, which basically meant snapping them off at ground level because of glue used. I used a pin vise to drill out the bottom of the trees and then used plastic rod to glue in hole to use as pins for placing on Worldsmith's bases. Did a little dry brushing on bases, little static grass, polyurethane for protection, and then a mat coat to take off the shine. Presto change-o it looks pretty good in the end I think.
As always thanks for looking
What will you find here? Ramblings from an aging gamer-miniature painter. When I first started out in this hobby computers were in their infancy and finding other gamers could only be done by going to conventions or as in my case bumping into somebody who happened to see me reading "Panzer Leader" on the school bus. Look how far we have come! The internet has allowed our small community to be able to connect on a level I never dreamed of when I was but a small lad. What I do hope you will find here is something interesting from one wargamer/miniature painter to another. I paint miniatures somewhat decently, so I will be posting some pictures of my work, and perhaps a review or two of games and/or miniatures. Most of all this is just about having fun and anything I post here is meant to be for that reason.