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Soldado's Burrows and Badgers terrain - Part the second! The Mansion of Marneous Blackwick!

Soldado's Burrows and Badgers terrain - Part the second! The Mansion of Marneous Blackwick!

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So at a friends suggestion I have started an apiary, situated behind a sturdy Wattle fence 6 hives sit on their sheltered tables and the apiarists covered cart is ready haul the honey to market.So at a friends suggestion I have started an apiary, situated behind a sturdy Wattle fence 6 hives sit on their sheltered tables and the apiarists covered cart is ready haul the honey to market.

The fence was made by drilling holes in coffee stirrers and supergluing cocktail sticks in, once the four sections were glued into place on a base, I wove brown garden string inbetween. Painting the string in PVA once it was in place.

The tables are simply coffee stirrers (what else 🙂 ) assembled with hotglue. Same with the little cart.

The hives are the usual brown cardboard goop.

A couple of days for the hives to dry and then I can start painting it all.

A couple of shots showing the scale

So the Apiary is done as are the final river sections.So the Apiary is done as are the final river sections.

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davehawes
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Very nice terrain addition, and to be honest something that would really fit into a lot of games.

Tim
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I don’t think I’d have the patience to weave all that wattle fencing, well done.
Also I’m all about those bee hives, might have to pinch that idea for my own collection.

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