So easy – simple rocky outcrops

All the inspiration here is from Terrain Tutor - http://www.theterraintutor.co.uk . He made it look so easy, so I thought I would have a quick experiment. What I used: Newspaper Sellotape Multipurpose filler Plaster bandage £1 from Hobbycraft 6mm mdf How long did it take? 15 mins - cutting and shaping the bases Paper and … Continue reading So easy – simple rocky outcrops

How to waste an hour…

So the runt of the pack needed dealing with so that I could move past it. Plastic shell, looking like a movie spin-off car: ugly. Tearing it apart, I noticed I had gold! Lots of bits that if I had a sharp craft knife - I went through three - I could salvage: a roll … Continue reading How to waste an hour…

Back to black

So, I am amazed that the priming coat unifies everything and restores your faith in your initial ideas. It's also made me realise about placing bits on symmetrically as soon as it touches the glue! Now I just need some other base colours...yellow? Racing green? A nice blue?

Starting gear

Vallejo Model Colour gunmetal Vallejo Model Colour natural steel Vallejo Model Colour light orange Vallejo Model Colour violet red Citadel Chaos Black Spray Primer Superglue Plasticard A4 0.75mm white £1.50 Expo knife £2.50 A5 embossed plasticard - double diamond £3 Wilkinson's paint brush set - about 10 brushes! £1.75 Wilkonson's blusher brush - £2 Most … Continue reading Starting gear