Here's the finished piece; the one that I showed the beginnings of in my last blog post.
This is intended to look like a shoddy Bretonnian peasant-built wall. I also wanted it to look like it had been standing for a long while.
I'm really glad that I stuck with this project, as it turned out better than I thought it would. I wasn't really enthused by it after it was assembled. It turns out that a decent coat of paint can really turn a project around!
As I said in the first post, it's built on a standard 40mm square base.
The basing strategy matches my Orctonnian models exactly. There's static grass that I drybrushed yellow once its glue was dry. There's longer tufts of yellow grass. Lastly, there's the leaves scattered about. The moss on the wall is some really old base flock that I had chillin' in the terrain components box.
That's it for now. I'd like some feedback on this. Does it seem worthy of being a proper base for an Orctonnian Pigasus Knight? Does it like like total Scheiße? Does it look alright, but something seems off? Let me know!
Time to paint some on the Iron Blaster/Ghorgon model. An update on my progress (or lack there-of) with that thing will be coming in a few days.
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