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The Building of Pendhel

The Building of Pendhel

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About the Project

Creating a gaming board scenery and a coherent background for an Age of Sigmar skirmish campaign

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Back to life

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I’d forgotten to keep this updated, although admittedly work has been slow.

The walls have been painted and work.

Back to life

A series of small walls

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What I need first are walls, drystone walls. There is a fella in the village who sells twee little drystone wall dioramas which he builds out of stones so I’m going to nick the idea and run with it myself.

 

A series of small walls

To make them I have literally just built a wall, with the larger stones at the bottom and then building up with smaller stones. Because of the scale it can only be one layer thick, so I’ve used superglue to hold the stones together, and a bit of pva and sand to fill in any large gaps.

Once this is dry I will spray it black and drybrush over with browns and greys so it has a more natural look.

Pendhel

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Pendhel is the fictional location I’m planning on setting the campaign. Basing it on the folklore and feel of the area I live (south Pennines) the drystone walls, little farmhouses, woodland groves, witches, ghosts and goblins should make an interesting and expendable setting.

I need to work out where this will fit into the mortal realms. I have a feeling it would be suited to the realm of shadow, but I need to double check the lore

Pendhel

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Although I’ve played warhammer for over two decades now, I haven’t built any scenery. I have always played in clubs or tournaments and I’ve never needed to.

Time and commitments have changed this, and I now due to work schedules and bedtime stories mean I have to play at home or in friends houses. It needs to be cheap, transportable and easy to store.