Tournament Terrain

We are holding a WHFB tournament here this weekend and I have spent a lot of free time on terrain to be given as prizes.

First up is a ruin made with Hirst Arts’ fieldstone molds. I decided to paint this one brown with tan highlights as I have never painted one this color before. I think it turned out nicely…

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The next piece comes from the cavern mold set. I just received this a few weeks ago and have not had time to play with it yet. I decided to use it for an outdoor picec and cast it in resin.

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This final piece is from dental plaster and one that Bruce has plans for on his site. It is *not* an easy piece to build as it uses a number of smooth blocks that need to be sanded. It is *huge* once you get it together and can dominate a setting. It’s heavy so if you irritate your opponent too badly you’d better duck!

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About the author

Michael Cannon

I have been wargaming as long as I can remember. I met my wife when I was 14 and had been gaming long before that so that should give you an indication as to how long it has been. One of the first games I owned was Anzio by Avalon Hill. I drove over to the hobby shop in the snow to pick it up as I finally had the money to get something! I can remember playing with Airfix figures and Roco tanks back in the 6th grade and before.

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