Fantasy and Ancients terrain
This page is for my buildings which dont really fit in with my more mainstream
buildings although I quite use the quite often in 20th century games!
Click on the thumbnails to see the full sized image. Note these are about 4 times large than real so it isn't very flattering!
Greek Town base
For more info on these have a look at the page on my main terrain page for the consrtuction of these two bases.
More shots of the Greek town
And some more shots of the details on each of the bases from different angles. The nice trees in the pictures are from Sam trees and you can find a review of these on the Reviews page on this site.
The second Greek town base
The second base of the town although it was designed to be a stand alone piece. Both were based on 3mm mdf and are able to be used as BUAs(towns) in FOG or DBMM and maybe DBA.
Both Greek town bases
And finally a few pictures of both bases together. I also have included a 25mm Reaper figure to give you an idea of the actual size of the buildings.
All fantasy games need one of these! The rocky hill was from polystrene with Selley's smeared on it and then flocked and bushes added. The tower was a Marker pen covered with Selley's and the windows. The roof was made from Cardboard squares cut up into tiles and glued on and then painted. The door and steps are from Irregulars 6mm doors and windows pack.
Sacrificing Druids and stone circle
The Sacrificing Druids (with goat I think) are from Irregular and the Stone circle was scratch built from green stuff and then painted. Another important addition to any table no matter which era.
These rock were made from tree bark from some office pot plants. The texture looked just right for 6mm scale and can also be used for larger scales. I started by painting them brown and then drybrushed them progressively lighter shades of cream. I then gave the rocks a thin brown wash which I think helps them look slightly more realistic.
Note the bases are cardboard and you can see some warping in the bases, which is one of the reasons I don't use cardboard anymore.
This camp was made from some of the Civilian range, Medieval Posh pack, and a few items from the equipment range, all from Irregular. The tents were made from Das modelling clay. In the pictures you can also see a figure getting hung and another getting crucified, and these colourful figures are available from Irregular.
This was made from a few Bazaar and Markets models available from Irregular with some spare civilian figures and a wagon added. They come on a single base but I cut it up so I could move the figures around and have more variety. These are very well detailed and are highly recommended to add some life to your table.