28 July 2011

Furrowed Field & Hamlet

I've seen a few of these about in recent weeks, and thought I'd have a crack at making my own. Its based on corrugated cardboard PVA glued onto another mdf coaster, and a bunch of routine flock/sand/dirt effects added.  Overall it ended up looking far more overgrown than I had intended, but it fits the bill for what I was after.  The next one might be a bit better tendered by Farmer Maggot & friends though.

Here it all comes together as a small Saxon hamlet, comprising of all my recent terrain additions, some low stone walls and the hovels I made awhile ago.

11 comments:

  1. Hi

    Looks very nice, good work with your willage, I realy like all the extras that don´t have a vital part in the combat but adds flavor to the gaming board.

    Best regards Dalauppror

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  2. Very nice, that sure is a great looking village, just ripe enough for some pillaging!!

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  3. Paul, you are on a roll with your terrain. I must admit to being a little jealous :)

    That set up looks great!!

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  4. It's all coming together nicely. About time for some drunken Vikings to come along and ruin everyone's day!

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  5. Damn your scenery is amazing. If only I had the time... and the patience.

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  6. very nice village. Ready to be visited by some touring Vikings

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  7. A pillaging we will go, lazy farmers though.

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  8. Very very nice Paul. You are making me want to make more myself now. Thanks a lot.

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  9. Very good indeed!

    Cheers

    Matt

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  10. Very nice, will try my hand at making this for my scenery. I've learned a lot from your blog! Making an Irish ring-fort village of my own. All from scratch. Some things have worked, others not.

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  11. some nice additions to your scenics - love the ploughed field.

    -- Allan

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