TH Terrain and Painting https://thterrain.com TH Terrain and Painting Mon, 26 Apr 2021 13:50:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 179374798 Miniature Painting Log – April 2021 https://thterrain.com/miniature-painting-log-april-2021/ https://thterrain.com/miniature-painting-log-april-2021/#respond Mon, 26 Apr 2021 13:33:59 +0000 https://thterrain.com/?p=1591 I managed to make some time to paint some minis, here’s some info on what I have managed to complete so far. All the figures have been mounted on MDF bases and then painted with acrylic paints from Wargames Foundry and Coat d’Arms. Sci-Fi Lawmen from Diehard Miniatures. I’ve backed a few of Diehard Miniatures Kickstarter campaigns in the past, mostly their range of Sci-Fi miniatures which I hope to use in games like Stargrave or maybe even 7TV. Star Wars Female Scoundrel from Wizards of the Coast This is an old miniature from Wizards of the Coast to supplement the range of RPG games and books they released many years but they are no longer produced. I believe the miniature was released before they started making the Star Wars Miniatures range of collectable figures. System Troopers from Iron Pig Productions I had bought these figures with the intention of replacing their heads with Star Wars Stormtrooper helmets but once I placed a stormtrooper head on the model I wasn’t happy with how it looked so I just reverted to painting them up in a simple colour scheme to use as generic troopers for Sci-Fi games. Fantasy Townsfolk Children from...

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I managed to make some time to paint some minis, here’s some info on what I have managed to complete so far.

All the figures have been mounted on MDF bases and then painted with acrylic paints from Wargames Foundry and Coat d’Arms.

Sci-Fi Lawmen from Diehard Miniatures.

I’ve backed a few of Diehard Miniatures Kickstarter campaigns in the past, mostly their range of Sci-Fi miniatures which I hope to use in games like Stargrave or maybe even 7TV.

Star Wars Female Scoundrel from Wizards of the Coast

This is an old miniature from Wizards of the Coast to supplement the range of RPG games and books they released many years but they are no longer produced. I believe the miniature was released before they started making the Star Wars Miniatures range of collectable figures.

System Troopers from Iron Pig Productions

I had bought these figures with the intention of replacing their heads with Star Wars Stormtrooper helmets but once I placed a stormtrooper head on the model I wasn’t happy with how it looked so I just reverted to painting them up in a simple colour scheme to use as generic troopers for Sci-Fi games.

Fantasy Townsfolk Children from Reaper Miniatures

I bought these lovely little miniatures in 2020 and a project and I can’t remember what the project was, does this happen to anyone else?

I’m sure I’ll remember why I bought them or I’ll think of another use for them.

Anyway they are nice little miniatures, although they are sold as fantasy figures the children are wearing simple clothing so they could be used for historical gaming as well.

Hope you liked this little update on what I’ve working on.

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Gaslands Refuelled – Converted and Painted Cars https://thterrain.com/gaslands-refuelled-converted-and-painted-cars/ https://thterrain.com/gaslands-refuelled-converted-and-painted-cars/#respond Sun, 18 Apr 2021 17:41:32 +0000 https://thterrain.com/?p=1558 Before the pandemic stopped me from tabletop gaming, I managed to play some games of Gaslands Refuelled, which I really enjoyed and would recommend to anyone looking for some tabletop CARnage. The Cars All cars in the photos are diecast cars bought from a local discount store and from charity shops. Most of the vehicle weapons are from the Implements of Carnage plastic sprue from Northstar, although there are some extra pieces and plastic sheet from my bits box added to the models. Once I was finished converting the models I just painted them with acrylic paint. Most of the models I have completed so far would probably be classed as cars or maybe performance cars for Gaslands Refuelled, however, I am working on a few more different types of vehicles, I’ll hopefully have them completed soon and will post photos of them as soon as I can. Here is a gallery of what I have completed so far, I hope you like them.

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Before the pandemic stopped me from tabletop gaming, I managed to play some games of Gaslands Refuelled, which I really enjoyed and would recommend to anyone looking for some tabletop CARnage.

The Cars

All cars in the photos are diecast cars bought from a local discount store and from charity shops.

Most of the vehicle weapons are from the Implements of Carnage plastic sprue from Northstar, although there are some extra pieces and plastic sheet from my bits box added to the models.

Once I was finished converting the models I just painted them with acrylic paint.

Most of the models I have completed so far would probably be classed as cars or maybe performance cars for Gaslands Refuelled, however, I am working on a few more different types of vehicles, I’ll hopefully have them completed soon and will post photos of them as soon as I can.

Here is a gallery of what I have completed so far, I hope you like them.

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Dungeon Floor Tiles https://thterrain.com/dungeon-floor-tiles/ https://thterrain.com/dungeon-floor-tiles/#respond Mon, 18 Jan 2021 17:31:23 +0000 https://thterrain.com/?p=1359 For many roleplay and tabletop miniature games it is sometimes necessary to have some kind of floor plans to play upon. These floor plans can range from hand drawn maps on sheets of paper to fully sculpted 3D models. So following up on the recent post about my Dungeonbowl Tiles. I am offering up some PDFs of some simple Dungeon Floor Plans that I created many years ago for my older website at fionaadoresheroescom but that site now redirects to here so I’ve uploaded Dungeon Floor Tiles to this site that you can download, print out and use in your own tabeltop games. How to use the Dungeon Floor Tiles Download the required floor plan from the links below, print the plans out (I would recommend to print the plans out onto glossy paper of at least 150gsm, as you will get better results), then cut the floor plans out using the guide lines on the page. Then lay them out in your desired layout and start your adventures. Version 1 of the tiles are just floors with no walls and version 2 has walls designed onto them with three corridor widths and a bonus of lava pits. Please note...

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For many roleplay and tabletop miniature games it is sometimes necessary to have some kind of floor plans to play upon. These floor plans can range from hand drawn maps on sheets of paper to fully sculpted 3D models.

So following up on the recent post about my Dungeonbowl Tiles.

I am offering up some PDFs of some simple Dungeon Floor Plans that I created many years ago for my older website at fionaadoresheroescom but that site now redirects to here so I’ve uploaded Dungeon Floor Tiles to this site that you can download, print out and use in your own tabeltop games.

The Dungeon Floor Tiles in action, time to slay that giant skeleton.

How to use the Dungeon Floor Tiles

Download the required floor plan from the links below, print the plans out (I would recommend to print the plans out onto glossy paper of at least 150gsm, as you will get better results), then cut the floor plans out using the guide lines on the page.

Then lay them out in your desired layout and start your adventures.

Version 1 of the tiles are just floors with no walls and version 2 has walls designed onto them with three corridor widths and a bonus of lava pits.

Please note that the floor plan files are Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files and you may need some software to view them.

Bonus Sewer Floor Tiles

Also available as an expansion to the Dungeon Floor Plans in the  Sewer Floor Plans, which will let you play your games in smelly sewers (smells not included). Print and use the same way as Dungeon Floor Tiles above.

Hope you enjoy the files.

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Dungeonbowl Tiles https://thterrain.com/dungeonbowl-tiles/ https://thterrain.com/dungeonbowl-tiles/#respond Mon, 07 Dec 2020 15:57:30 +0000 https://thterrain.com/?p=1324 I’ve noticed that I’m getting some visitors coming from Blood Bowl / Dungeonbowl fan sites, looking for the tile sets I made several years that where available on my old website, so I’ve decided to upload them here for you them. I recreated the tile layout for the 1989 original release of Dungeonbowl, the dungeon expansion for Blood Bowl the fantasy football tabletop game. The tiles are in two parts to make them easy to print at home on your desktop printer, just print the pages out, cut them out with a sharp craft knife and a ruler using the cutting guides lines and mount them onto some cardboard or mounting board for extra support. Here’s my recreation of the original Dungeonbowl tiles, which are 6 dungeon tiles and the 2 end zone tiles. Plus I’ve made 8 new tiles based on my own designs to hopefully add a little variety to your Dungeonbowl games, hope you enjoy them. You can download the tile set by using the following link; DungeonBowl Tile Set or on the Download page.

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I’ve noticed that I’m getting some visitors coming from Blood Bowl / Dungeonbowl fan sites, looking for the tile sets I made several years that where available on my old website, so I’ve decided to upload them here for you them.

I recreated the tile layout for the 1989 original release of Dungeonbowl, the dungeon expansion for Blood Bowl the fantasy football tabletop game.

The tiles are in two parts to make them easy to print at home on your desktop printer, just print the pages out, cut them out with a sharp craft knife and a ruler using the cutting guides lines and mount them onto some cardboard or mounting board for extra support.

Here’s my recreation of the original Dungeonbowl tiles, which are 6 dungeon tiles and the 2 end zone tiles.

Plus I’ve made 8 new tiles based on my own designs to hopefully add a little variety to your Dungeonbowl games, hope you enjoy them.

You can download the tile set by using the following link; DungeonBowl Tile Set or on the Download page.

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Defiled Ruins https://thterrain.com/defiled-ruins/ https://thterrain.com/defiled-ruins/#respond Tue, 01 Dec 2020 15:49:00 +0000 https://thterrain.com/?p=1125 I recently acquired the Defiled Ruins from the Warcry starter box from Games Workshop, to use some of the games I play like Frostgrave and Rangers of Shadow Deep. The ruins are a nice kit which I made into four ruins plus the bell tower and the statue and platform as well as the smaller scatter items. The ruins are easy enough to put together, although when making the broken statue head with the platform I’d recommend not gluing the platform onto the statue and also not gluing the gate piece onto the platform as well, this allows me more layout options. When it came to painting the ruins I undercoated all the models black then decided on a simple grey colour for the walls and raw umber for the wood. I went with the basic colour scheme as there are lots of little details like corroded metal and skulls that need painted especially on the smaller scatter terrain. For the ruined fountains, I added some acrylic water texture to create pools of water. Wooden Pathways I also decided to create some pathways for usage in various games and the work great with the defiled ruins. The pathways are made...

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I recently acquired the Defiled Ruins from the Warcry starter box from Games Workshop, to use some of the games I play like Frostgrave and Rangers of Shadow Deep.

The ruins are a nice kit which I made into four ruins plus the bell tower and the statue and platform as well as the smaller scatter items.

The ruins are easy enough to put together, although when making the broken statue head with the platform I’d recommend not gluing the platform onto the statue and also not gluing the gate piece onto the platform as well, this allows me more layout options.

When it came to painting the ruins I undercoated all the models black then decided on a simple grey colour for the walls and raw umber for the wood. I went with the basic colour scheme as there are lots of little details like corroded metal and skulls that need painted especially on the smaller scatter terrain.

For the ruined fountains, I added some acrylic water texture to create pools of water.

Wooden Pathways

I also decided to create some pathways for usage in various games and the work great with the defiled ruins.

The pathways are made with mostly coffee stirrers and some other sticks trimmed and glued onto some thin plastic sheets cut to my required shape, then painted a worn wood colour.

Gallery

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Commission Work https://thterrain.com/commission-work/ https://thterrain.com/commission-work/#respond Tue, 14 Jul 2020 20:02:57 +0000 http://thterrain.com/?p=1008 So what is TH Terrain & Painting all about? Through this website, I offer several services:- Terrain Building I have over 20 years experience as a custom terrain creator, making hand crafted gaming terrain for a variety of tabletop games such as Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Age Of Sigmar, Bolt Action, Frostgrave, Star Wars Legion and many many more. If you like great scenery for your tabletop but don’t have the time or patience to do the creating yourself, then I am here to help. What I can produce for you is limited by your imagination. If you have an idea you would like to see brought to life, then please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss further. Miniature Painting If miniature painting isn’t your thing, I also provide a miniature and model painting service. This is all encompassing, offering from sprue to completed model and anywhere in between. I’m happy to do a straight forward build or a more complex conversion of your miniature/model. If you want to see examples of my work, then check out my blog posts and the Gallery. If you’d like to avail of any of my services, then please get in touch with...

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So what is TH Terrain & Painting all about?

Through this website, I offer several services:-

Terrain Building

I have over 20 years experience as a custom terrain creator, making hand crafted gaming terrain for a variety of tabletop games such as Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer Age Of Sigmar, Bolt Action, Frostgrave, Star Wars Legion and many many more.

If you like great scenery for your tabletop but don’t have the time or patience to do the creating yourself, then I am here to help. What I can produce for you is limited by your imagination. If you have an idea you would like to see brought to life, then please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss further.

Miniature Painting

If miniature painting isn’t your thing, I also provide a miniature and model painting service. This is all encompassing, offering from sprue to completed model and anywhere in between. I’m happy to do a straight forward build or a more complex conversion of your miniature/model. If you want to see examples of my work, then check out my blog posts and the Gallery.

If you’d like to avail of any of my services, then please get in touch with me through the contact page.

Hobbies & Interests

Also on this site, you will find my personal blog which contains posts about the interests and distractions that I have in my life, mostly tabletop gaming. If you want to know what these interests are, then feel free to explore the blog posts.

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In Her Majesty’s Name – Terrain Showcase https://thterrain.com/in-her-majestys-name-terrain-showcase/ https://thterrain.com/in-her-majestys-name-terrain-showcase/#respond Fri, 11 May 2018 17:11:16 +0000 http://fionaadoresheroes.com/?p=232 As I’ve said before, I’m a huge fan of “In Her Majesty’s Name” wargame rules from The Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare and in a previous post, I mentioned making a series of Egyptian inspired terrain for the game.  In this post, I want to talk a little about how the terrain was created and to share more photos. The first pieces I created were the buildings.  After doing some research, I then sketched some design ideas for several styles of building.  Once satisfied with this, I moved onto their construction. All of the buildings were made using 5mm foamboard, which was cut to shape and glued together using PVA glue. With the buildings constructed, to add texture, I then coated them in ready mixed wall filler.  Once the filler was dry, I used some sandpaper to reduce any areas that had too much texture on them, and then it was onto painting them. The buildings were painted in a coat of light brown, then heavily dry brushed in a light cream to create an off-white colour scheme.  I then dry brushed areas of the buildings in a different shade of brown, to add some weathering. The market stalls were created...

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As I’ve said before, I’m a huge fan of “In Her Majesty’s Name” wargame rules from The Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare and in a previous post, I mentioned making a series of Egyptian inspired terrain for the game.  In this post, I want to talk a little about how the terrain was created and to share more photos.

The first pieces I created were the buildings.  After doing some research, I then sketched some design ideas for several styles of building.  Once satisfied with this, I moved onto their construction. All of the buildings were made using 5mm foamboard, which was cut to shape and glued together using PVA glue.

With the buildings constructed, to add texture, I then coated them in ready mixed wall filler.  Once the filler was dry, I used some sandpaper to reduce any areas that had too much texture on them, and then it was onto painting them.

The buildings were painted in a coat of light brown, then heavily dry brushed in a light cream to create an off-white colour scheme.  I then dry brushed areas of the buildings in a different shade of brown, to add some weathering.

The market stalls were created using modelling sticks, some small sheets of balsa wood for the frames and then some fabric coated in PVA glue for the canopy (generously donated by my wife).

With the town set-up completed, I decided to expand the terrain by adding in some ancient Egyptian ruins. The first of these items were some household ornaments I was lucky to find in a local discount store.  These I repainted using two shades of brown, a base coat and a dry brush coat.  As you can see, I cut one of the spires into several pieces, to create a ruin.

The next items were the walls and the platform.  These were all made from blue insulation foam which was cut to shape.  I then added the detailing of the stonework by scoring the foam with a pen.  These pieces were given some texture by painting on a mixture of equal part PVA glue, ready mixed wall filler and water.

Next up was the painting of the ruins- to keep the consistency similar, I used the same technique and colour used in the ornaments.

Here’s a gallery of some of the terrain in use.

Hope you enjoyed this quick summary of the construction of my Egyptian themed  wargaming terrain.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, I am more than happy to offer help and advice to anyone wanting to create their own awesome table tops or if this isn’t for you, I am available for commission work.

Look forward to seeing you all again.

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Have a Closer Look https://thterrain.com/have-a-closer-look/ https://thterrain.com/have-a-closer-look/#respond Mon, 23 Apr 2018 15:37:27 +0000 http://fionaadoresheroes.com/?p=192 I recently decided to try one of the clip on lens kits for mobile phones and purchased one for my MotoG4.  As I paid a whole £1 for the kit, I wasn’t expecting a lot for my money. The lens kit comes with a macro lens, a wide angle lens, and a fish eye lens. For taking shots of miniatures and models, the macro lens was the one that I was most interested in. It is relatively easy to setup, you just screw in your lens of choice into the clip and then simply align with your phones camera lens.  This is best done with the camera active, so you can see what you’re doing. As you can see below, I have taken a number pictures with the lenses off and on, so that you can see the effect of each one. Macro Lens As you can see from the photos the lens does a reasonable job of taking close up photos, although it only focuses towards the centre and blurs the edges.  This may be my camera and not the fault of the lens (I’ll have to try the lens on a different camera and see the results). Wide...

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I recently decided to try one of the clip on lens kits for mobile phones and purchased one for my MotoG4.  As I paid a whole £1 for the kit, I wasn’t expecting a lot for my money.

The lens kit comes with a macro lens, a wide angle lens, and a fish eye lens. For taking shots of miniatures and models, the macro lens was the one that I was most interested in.

It is relatively easy to setup, you just screw in your lens of choice into the clip and then simply align with your phones camera lens.  This is best done with the camera active, so you can see what you’re doing.

As you can see below, I have taken a number pictures with the lenses off and on, so that you can see the effect of each one.

Macro Lens

As you can see from the photos the lens does a reasonable job of taking close up photos, although it only focuses towards the centre and blurs the edges.  This may be my camera and not the fault of the lens (I’ll have to try the lens on a different camera and see the results).

Wide Angle Lens

The lens does do what it claims and takes wide angle shots but unfortunately, it does not properly align with my camera, causing rounded corners on my test photos.

Fish Eye Lens

I experienced similar issues with the fish lens with the lens outline appearing in the photo.

In summary, although I haven’t had much success with the Fish Eye and Wide Angle lenses (I will try them in other phone models, to see what the results are), the macro lens does a reasonable job of taking close up photos, which was the sole reason for my purchasing them.

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Wooden Palisade https://thterrain.com/wooden-palisade/ https://thterrain.com/wooden-palisade/#respond Mon, 16 Apr 2018 23:35:54 +0000 http://fionaadoresheroes.com/?p=142 Sometime ago I decided as an experiment, to make a wooden palisade for 28mm scale wargames. After some research, I sketched out my ideas for the model and started to work on it. I decided on a modular palisade, made of several pieces that could be laid out in various configurations on the table top. The main two components for the build were blue insulation foam, (although you can use polystyrene sheets or any other materials to make the basic blocks of the structure) and willow garden edging to create the wooden logs for the palisade.  I found the willow edging in a local discount store. Using my hot wire cutter, I cut the basic blocks of the walls in the below configuration:- 4 straights (1 with gate, 1 with steps and 1 with lookout) 4 corners (2 wide and 2 narrow) 4 internal corners (2 wide and 2 narrow) Once the blocks were made, then came the long process of cutting the willow to shape.  I removed the wire holding the willow sticks together, which I then cut to the required lengths.  As I said this was a long process.  I then used a pencil sharpener to add shape...

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Sometime ago I decided as an experiment, to make a wooden palisade for 28mm scale wargames. After some research, I sketched out my ideas for the model and started to work on it.

I decided on a modular palisade, made of several pieces that could be laid out in various configurations on the table top.

The main two components for the build were blue insulation foam, (although you can use polystyrene sheets or any other materials to make the basic blocks of the structure) and willow garden edging to create the wooden logs for the palisade.  I found the willow edging in a local discount store.

Using my hot wire cutter, I cut the basic blocks of the walls in the below configuration:-

  • 4 straights (1 with gate, 1 with steps and 1 with lookout)
  • 4 corners (2 wide and 2 narrow)
  • 4 internal corners (2 wide and 2 narrow)

Once the blocks were made, then came the long process of cutting the willow to shape.  I removed the wire holding the willow sticks together, which I then cut to the required lengths.  As I said this was a long process.  I then used a pencil sharpener to add shape to the ends of the willow pieces.  To prevent repetitive strain injury, I would suggest trying to rope in your other half or kids to help if you can.

With all the pieces ready, I started construction by gluing the wooden pieces to the foam blocks using PVA.  I also created steps on two of the pieces and a gate for one of the straight pieces using some balsa wood.

After all the wood was glued onto the blocks, I then glued some sand onto the walkway and left it to dry.

With everything glued together, the painting began using various shades of brown acrylic paint for the wood and ground.  When the paint was dry it was time to add some finishing touches.  This I did by adding patches of grass.

Gallery of completed wooden palisade.

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Legends of the Alliance https://thterrain.com/legends-of-the-alliance/ https://thterrain.com/legends-of-the-alliance/#respond Tue, 10 Apr 2018 13:05:18 +0000 http://fionaadoresheroes.com/?p=117 A couple of weeks ago, my gaming buddies and me got a chance to try out Legends of the Alliance the companion app for Star Wars Imperial Assault. The app takes the place of the imperial player and allows all the players to play cooperatively against the imperials. So far we have enjoyed the game, the artificial intelligence of app is really good and offers a new challenge for the players and I’d recommend it to anyone that currently owns Imperial Assault or is looking to get into it. The app also has a nice campaign management system for the game, my only gripe so far is that you can’t add a new player or replace a player in an ongoing campaign. Legends of the Alliance does require you to have access to a copy of the game to play, however, the app also allows you to add whatever expansions, allies and villain packs you own and they will be added into your campaign. With the adding of my ally and villain packs to the app, can result to some interesting random encounters, like the moment were we discovered a Wampa in the garbage pile, who knew about the lesser...

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A couple of weeks ago, my gaming buddies and me got a chance to try out Legends of the Alliance the companion app for Star Wars Imperial Assault.

The app takes the place of the imperial player and allows all the players to play cooperatively against the imperials. So far we have enjoyed the game, the artificial intelligence of app is really good and offers a new challenge for the players and I’d recommend it to anyone that currently owns Imperial Assault or is looking to get into it.

The app also has a nice campaign management system for the game, my only gripe so far is that you can’t add a new player or replace a player in an ongoing campaign.

Legends of the Alliance does require you to have access to a copy of the game to play, however, the app also allows you to add whatever expansions, allies and villain packs you own and they will be added into your campaign.

With the adding of my ally and villain packs to the app, can result to some interesting random encounters, like the moment were we discovered a Wampa in the garbage pile, who knew about the lesser known Garbage Wampa.

Legends of the Alliance is available for Android, iOS, and Windows PC.

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