I would be most imterested to learn more regarding the fabrication of the waterfall...
Wow, I would definitely not like to be von Blunder here! Okay, I might not like to be von Blunder anywhere! :)Love the waterfall -- nice paint job on the spray. I imagine that was pretty tricky.
O those dear wee reindeer, innocently a-gambolling of theirselves upon the greensward within the deep mountain forest. Which the latter ain't going to make Genl. von Blunder's escape any the easier...I'm looking forward to seeing how he conducts himself in the coming action...Cheers,Ion
I always wanted a waterfall, but could never quite make one I liked. But then after making the Colonial hills ala General Rederring I thought, why not try the same technique for other things. It's made from mdf board cut to shape, with "bars" of 1 inch pine of various lengths between and behind for minis to stand on and to help hold it all together. Then just painted up. No flocking, no varnish, etc. It wasn't too difficult to paint (some drybrushing and dabbing at it with various colors/shades - some techniques borrowed from watching Bob Ross's "The Joy of Painting" on PBS in years past, I guess).This battle is from a scenario in "Scenarios For All Ages". I'm not sure how it will play out either! Should von Blunder try for the corner past the waterfall and hope to outrun the Batrachians? Or maybe try to strike at one of the Batrachian forces and hope to win through before the others can intercede? He needs to extricate the majority of his troops to win. No last stands here!
That waterfall is brilliant-- Allan
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