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Vien chicos, me he dedicado ha hacer una mini escursion por la red, en busca de cosas que puedan interesar al foro. En este caso me centrado en la escultura. Ire poniendo los enlaces de las paginas que vaya encontrando. Paso a paso de un busto de barbaro: http://www.geocities.com/kofi_666/tut_busto.html Pagina de goregore, os pongo directamente el enlace a tutoriales.
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Here are some pictures of miniature buildings. They were made by a web visitor (Charles B.) and he really has a knack for making buildings that look realistic. They are for colonial period dioramas but they would do just as well for medieval period dioramas. For the most part they are just thin pieces of wood and hand made bricks. Charles has explained to us how he makes these bricks. He uses Das Pronto modeling clay.
Updated February 28, 2009 Welcome to our new photo gallery. The gallery is designed to allow our customers, friends and manufactures to display their collections of toy soldiers, and to share their love of this hobby with others. If you would like to share your collection with others, please contact us and we will be pleased to accept your photo’s and highlight your collection.
By popular request (well, Malamute asked, so... ) here's the Green Man Inn plus the church in situ in the full village board. Yes, that's one hell of a lot of resin The inn is by Forgeworld, the church by Scenic Effects, the market hall by TM Terrain, the Peel tower by PMC, all the rest by Conflix and Sellthatstuffboy/PMC, including the bridge. River sections and boards by moi.
Hello friends, we are couple of enthusiasts who, back in 1997, started to create scenic pieces for our own gaming table. As time passed, our skills evolved and the projects became more and more complex and challenging. We decided to undertake a big project of building entire city.
Assembled medieval building Wargaming doesn’t generally bode well with full intact buildings. So the odds of seeing something on a 4×4 table that represents a medival inn, pub, house, or any various other type of structure with the ability to be entered are slim to none.