Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Shed Wars Terrain Directory -






This blog page will be the link to all my terrain builds - Ill update this every so often so if you are looking for inspiration or just want to have a browse hopefully something will pique your interest.

So if for example you are interested in palm trees just click on the link.

Some of my builds have been described in multiple posts and at the end of each post should be a link to the next if this is the case (hope this is clear).

As mentioned above I’ll return to this post and update it as and when a new build has been created, you can save this link to your favourites and come back again and again and see how it grows....

LATEST UPDATE 11/10

28mm Pulp Submarine http://shedwars.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/28mm-pulp-submarine.html




Building Egyptian Ruins
Building a Modular Tomb/Dungeon
Building the 1930’s Docks
Movement Trays
Building a Static Grass Applicator
Rocky Outcrops from Aquarium Rocks
Building a Railway Cutting
Building the Volcano
Pulp Tramp Steamer Build
A desert Well
Desert Boards & Rocky Escarpments
Desert Greenery
1930’s English Garage
A Rope Bridge
A memorial garden
Gravestones
Pillboxes
An English Manor House
Barges
Armoured Train
Church 28mm
28mm Scale MDF Buildings – Dolls House Suppliers
An English Pub
Gates & Stiles
Road Signs for 1930s England
Explosions
Egyptian Temple
Gravestones
Clump Foliage DIY
An English Railway Station
Stone Bridges
Railway Crossing
Telegraph Poles
Siege weapons
English Village
28mm Trains & tracks
Rocky Outcrops
Tarmac Roads
Market Stalls
Cliffs
Medieval City
Castle Moat
Wheat Fields
Norman Castle
Wooden Bridge
Hedgerows
Wattle Fences
Palm Trees 1
Palm Trees 2
Fortified Priory
Ocean boards
18th Century Carriage
Graveyard
Pirate Island
Pirate Ships
Spanish Chapel
Adobe Town
Pirate Fort 1
Pirate Fort 2
Beaches
Rivers & Streams
Big Rivers & Waterfalls
Woods
Crop Fields
Logpiles & Barricades
A Wooden Fort (French Indian Wars)
Log Cabins
Jungle Terrain
Mad Max Cars




6 comments:

  1. There is lots of good stuff in there.

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  2. Stroll on! That's a very useful post. Thanks for taking the trouble. :O)

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  3. Wow, it's only when you put it all in one post that you realise just how much work you have put into terrain building.

    Seriously well done.

    Tony

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  4. Thanks, lots of cool stuff in there!

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  5. Very nice idea, many thanks.

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  6. Wow, that's useful! Thanks for the work.

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