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Painting terrain can be fun and it can be unfun. It really depends on you, the terrain, the paint, the weather, and pretty much most other factors that can affect mood. In this short series, I’m painting up some GW buildings with a little masking.

This time, we take a look at my newest creation. A wagon counter for my Malifaux games. This thing started out as a physical sculpt and ended up becoming digital and then once a physical? Amazing? Maybe.. Interesting… Yes!

Some old terrain pics for your Friday afternooner. Enter the weekend!

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If your wondering if Thundernuts smokes crack the answer is maybe. On an unrelated topic this post shortly goes into yet another one of the myriad of hobby directions I am currently on. If you guessed 3D Printing you would have been correct. Some quick shots of me using it to make terrain. Enjoy.
Another in the tutorial series showing off how to scratch build special rules terrain for Malifaux. This entry is a “campsite” for a Perdita crew that happens to roam a rocky red desert, using some of the styling of Thundernuts’ pit terrain.
The third tutorial in a series showing off how to scratch build special rules terrain for Malifaux. This entry is a pair of “soulstone bags” using a simple gray rocky scheme. These aren’t really terrain as much as they are tokens, but there’s still sweet sweet soulstones inside.
Here’s a really simple to make terrain piece. It’s a small piece, intended to be used as a Malifaux “Soulstone Vein”, with standard gray rock that would probably go best in a mountainous or standard forest terrain, but should work on just about any table.
The first in a new tutorial series showing off how to scratch build special rules terrain for Malifaux. This entry is a “torture room” for McMourning, using CloudFang’s cobblestone base styling with a victorian style operating table and some implements of destruction.

A game without terrain is like a turkey without stuffing. Here is a brief rundown on how to make some snazzy tar pits for a wild west themed board, but can be painted alternatively to be a swamp, lava, or puddle of urine.

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For those of you out there not in the know we East Coast Americans got hit with some pretty good weather this Monday. ¬†Hurricane time! ¬†I was planning on posting up some O.P.P. models but because of the storm they never got sprayed and finished which would have happened for today but now instead will […]


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