Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Frostgrave Terrain Build part 10

Hi Folks

First up can I thank you all for the wonderful comments you have all kindly left following my blogs 4th Birthday. They really are appreciated !

Back to business...my Frostgrave Terrain project has continued over the last few days and we have even managed a couple of games. No reports as yet until we get the hang of the rules but they are fun !

As a short recap the plan was always to build three different boards for my Frostgrave campaign - these would need to be modular and interchangeable. So far I have built the non-ruined city, part of the ruins and when I left you last the latest board was coming to shape. More here

http://shedwars.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/frostgrave-terrain-part-9.html

This is what it looked likw...the ruins were built from a mix of Pegasus hobbies gothic buildings and warhammer terrain. By chance I discovered that with a bit of glue I could add the warhammer stuff to the pegasus kits relatively easily and as you can see in the following pictures they have come up a treat.


The two kits joined together...


All the buildings were sprayed black and then drybrushed with a dark then light grey. That's all there is to it.


















Lots of terrain to block line of site






Of course Frostgrave needs treasure tokens so its good news that I finished these for our games




Now of course with all this terrain built I need more base boards...have no fear these are on their way and will be posted soon.


In the next post - more scatter terrain and a great source of statues (not more dragons)

Until next time

part 11 can be found here

http://shedwars.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/frostgrave-terrain-build-part-11.html




10 comments:

  1. Cracking builds mate!
    Oh, and a belated happy blogday!

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  2. Looking great! I'm very jealous of your setup here!

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  3. Lovely work well worth clicking on to see.

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  4. I know that I'm almost a year late, but these are fantastic. You've given me lots of ideas for my own city. Amazing.

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