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Made this a while ago


Just been built


from a different angle


Full painted and based with tau on it(haven't finished them yet :?


Just anougther angle


from above

sorry about the spellings

James
 

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Thats made from Hirst Arts molds

http://www.hirstarts.com/

u fill the molds with plaster of parris or something stronger like stone cast and then just pop them out leave them to dry, its almos like lego but fo making terrain
 

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I love it. A guy here just started offering to make terrain out of his Hirst Arts moulds for the bunch of us and I for one am -seriously- thinking about it.
 

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I'm adding this to the shopping thread...frellin awesome...I wonder if there;s anything lighter than plaster that could be used without being too weak or expensive? I'm just thinking plaster scenery would he heavy as shit
 

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A bit LOTR looking, but a top piece of kit all the same.
Would make for a really cool medieval style city fight board. 8)
 

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Or you could add overgrown vegetation and it could be ruins that time is slowly breaking down....
 

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Check out their site, they got hightech stuff too. could make your own 3d spacehulk board ;-)

Plus, ebsides..bit medievaley-looking gothic ruins are a staple of 40k. Not the whole board, certainly, but a ruined temple for sure
 

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I keep a surplus of the hirst arts bricks (along with a hammer) for ruined bits. That and ground up sprues. (sprues + hand crank meat grinder= great ruined bits)

I really like the hirst arts molds and hydrastone. Got a local buddy who has most of their non-sci-fi molds. They are actually really spiffy for making cool mini-bases.
 
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