Monday, 1 September 2014

Renedra Gravestones - A small review

For sometime now I have needed some gravestones to kit out my church. As luck would have it I found some on ebay for about £7.

A few days later they arrived. You get two matching sprues looking like this


I cut these away from the sprues and then glued them to a variety of old bases and washers. These were then given a spray black and the bases covered in sand.

From here the stones were drybrushed with greys and whites and the bases covered in static grass and tufts. All in all you get about 40 head stones. More than enough for my needs.

I have to say the detailling comes alive with the drybrushing





and of course there has to be a final picture with the church..


So if you are looking for headstones Renedra is a good option


10 comments:

  1. Amazing looking church yard. As always your terrain is inspiring.

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    1. Thank you - its comment like yours that keep me going...

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  2. Those look really good! I have picked them up a couple of times but aren't sure what I would use them for!

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  3. That is a gorgeous looking churchyard. Nicely done.

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  4. Nice work on the grave stones! I'm curious now, about the church and the stone walls - are they commercial, or home made?

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    1. Cheers Kevin

      The walls are commercial - although I painted them. Cannot remember supplier as I have had these for ages. The church is actually a 1/48 scale dolls house from Petite Properties.

      I have posted a full build of this project - just google 28mm Church Shed Wars and you should find it.

      cheers

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  5. They look great, Eric! For my 1/32 scale, I use Lemax Halloween village headstones.

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