Another fairly standard Hirst Arts design with a few bitz added from the Warhammer world. The statues are old Reiksguard models that I had lying around.
I finished some bombed out 15mm buildings. These will mostly be used for rural landscapes in Flames 0f War (say in Russia) but the lack of “tech” on the models also makes them useful for quite a range of earlier historical periods. They are a rough match for my undamanged wooden huts below. All models are resin cast from unknown manufacturers (or at least I forgot…).
I am slowly chipping away at a small mountain of Flames of War 15mm resin cast pieces from different manufacturers. I acquired all that stuff in a burst of enthusiasm and now it’s sluggishly getting done. This one is a small single piece bunker. I am still trying to figure out how to do decent aged concret. This technique uses a lot of streaking whereas I have previously just drybrushed (older example of drybrushed bunker below).
This thing has been sitting on my painting desk for years and I finally found the energy to finish it. Just a basic log bridge for 15mm (maybe 10mm in a pinch).
I have been experimenting with new materials for my Mordheim buildings. Most of the tests were failures, so I settled back on tried and tested for the upper floor of the Smithy: MDF base and walls, coffee stirrer flooring, balsa wood beams, and pumice paste as texture filler.
The bottom floor is only missing debris and details (anvil, wheel barrows, etc.).
I am slowly clearing terrain projects off my desk. This one is a Hirst Art tower modified to look like the lair of a crazy scientist. The model is done but needs to have greenery added (vines, grass, bushes, etc). I am considering furniture for the interior but the tower is so small that any fixed obstruction would render it useless for gameplay. The thing on the inside wall is actual tapestry (using inkjet on canvas paper). The image, suitably, is an Empire engineer fighting some kind of chaos creature.
Something a bit different. I am trying to clear out half-finished projects on my work station. These are resin cast Flames of War razorwire markers. 8″ long, 2″ wide. Made by a company/person who is now out of business. I added the actual wire.