A bit more complex this time: a small ruin terrain using styrofoam to simulate simple architecture.
For this first terrain piece, I’ll make a boulder.
Not really exciting, I know, but effective and useful on the gaming table.
Plus, it is extremely inexpensive and easy to build.
Something new on the blog: step by step project posts. It’s not really tutorials, and not really w.i.p. too, but rather a documented making of a project with explanations and tips.
In this first part, I write about materials that will be used for part 2 and 3, where I will build 2 simple terrain pieces for the gaming table. Step by step 1, 2 and 3 are well suited for beginners, but they will be interesting to read (I hope) for veteran terrain crafters.
For paints, I will wait until part 4, where I will paint both terrain pieces.
Ok. Here we go.