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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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And the results are in.....

Tutoring 7
Skill 7
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I think it works quite well, certainly better than the last versions. sorry for the rubbish lighting I think it works quite well, certainly better than the last versions. sorry for the rubbish lighting

What follows is a little how to, its not exhaustive, if youd like more detail on something, drop me a comment and I’ll get back to you.


 

Basic ingredients, tongue depressors, coffe stirrers, scouring pads and square bamboo rodBasic ingredients, tongue depressors, coffe stirrers, scouring pads and square bamboo rod
with super glue stick a coffee stirrer to eac side of one edge of a tongue depressor, glue that edge to another TD gining you a stable foundation.with super glue stick a coffee stirrer to eac side of one edge of a tongue depressor, glue that edge to another TD gining you a stable foundation.
the scouring pads I have are 10cm wide and almost exactly the same length as the TDs (sheer luck) cut the SP in half so that you have 2 5cm wide sections, using hot glue attach to your foundation, BOOM! basic form done.the scouring pads I have are 10cm wide and almost exactly the same length as the TDs (sheer luck) cut the SP in half so that you have 2 5cm wide sections, using hot glue attach to your foundation, BOOM! basic form done.
3 different types, back, basic solid hedge, middle a broken through section (man that badger was miffed!), front a gateway section sans gate.3 different types, back, basic solid hedge, middle a broken through section (man that badger was miffed!), front a gateway section sans gate.
how they look togetherhow they look together
add some filler to make the ground, I use poundshop pre mixed stuff, cheap and cheerless...add some filler to make the ground, I use poundshop pre mixed stuff, cheap and cheerless...
Test section, I glued some foam flock stuff using PVA onto the section to give it a less uniform appearance.Test section, I glued some foam flock stuff using PVA onto the section to give it a less uniform appearance.
and other sections have the same treatment.and other sections have the same treatment.
break out the burnt umber, I buy the artist acrylics from the works and thin it down with Klear floor wax, sounds weird works great, it even goes through an airbrush.break out the burnt umber, I buy the artist acrylics from the works and thin it down with Klear floor wax, sounds weird works great, it even goes through an airbrush.
so here is the test section finished by drybrushing different shades of green and adding some fine flock around the base of the foundation, sorry for the rubbish lighting but I feel it works rather well, certainly better than the last versionsso here is the test section finished by drybrushing different shades of green and adding some fine flock around the base of the foundation, sorry for the rubbish lighting but I feel it works rather well, certainly better than the last versions

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