When I was buying some Playmobil pirate ships to convert years ago, I got this island thingy with one of them. It went up into The Loft Full Of Lead with all the other stuff that gets forgotten about.
I decided to clean it up, cover some holes with bits of plastic and spray it a few colours. It still needs some more work, but it may actually be a decent bit of terrain when it is done.
The smaller scatter terrain pieces for Warcry have loads more detail than I thought when I first undercoated them. Apart from the skulls, there are fiddly ropes and more metal work to do.
After lots of drybrushing they are coming along, but these bits have taken as long as the large ruins.
Will be having the first game with the terrain later even if some needs some finishing touches.
Painting the large Warcry terrain pieces is actually quite easy, I undercoated them in a couple of shades of gray and Burnt Umber for the wood.
The worse bit however was painting all of the ironwork black, it took ages to do on all the sections!
The other bits of scatter terrain have more fiddly bits to do and so will take a bit longer.
I have the bell tower to finish as well, I really like the terrain and this will get used in many games!
All of the Warcry terrain is built at least and now gets added to the painting pile.
There sure is plenty of it and it covers a good sized area.
It is not just Warcry that will get to use this, Frostgrave, Dragon Rampant and Ragnarok games will also get use of it, just perhaps not the bits that have Chaos symbols on them.
Mr Steinberg recently acquired this rather excellent Aurora Class Battletech dropship. It is pretty big, that is indeed a Space Marine next to it.
It makes for a great bit of scenery, enough for a whole army to hide behind. We will have to get a game set up in a spaceport and get this alongside the other spaceships we have knocking around.