Sicily 1943 Terrain Project

So ...I have been busy!! As promised its time to start revealing some of my project we've been working on.....Enjoy some pics of the Sicily projects progress

   Work so far has been around the beautiful Charlie Foxtrot Pantile buildings collection, some new walls suitable for Mediterranean battlefields and my first dabblings in teddy bear fur ( A.K.A; Muppet Pelts!)

   Work does continue, however...olive groves, vineyards and fruit orchards for a start! whew....! i will post a few behind the scenes how to's after MOAB is done and dusted! I hope you enjoy these few pics.

   PS...the next Valhalla Games Podcast will feature an important battle featuring some of this terrain.......!! watch this space!!


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Comments 6

Rex on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 18:37

Oh my gosh, I'm speechless. I need a bigger monitor before I can comment....

Oh my gosh, I'm speechless. I need a bigger monitor before I can comment....
Dan on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 18:41

Its true...if only you knew where to acquire a much bigger monitor that will pay for itself in no time!!

Its true...if only you knew where to acquire a much bigger monitor that will pay for itself in no time!!
Rex on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 18:46

Oh yeah I actually mean my pc vs this little phone hat I can barely see without my glasses.

Oh yeah I actually mean my pc vs this little phone hat I can barely see without my glasses.
Guest - Nathan on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 20:32

Stunning mate!

Stunning mate!
Rex on Wednesday, 05 September 2018 22:39

This is outstanding this is some of the best work I have seen anywhere anytime and not a static grass applicator in sight. The terrain is so good I almost loose sign of the fact that the minis are REALLY nicely painted. Love that last one where they are using the wall for cover. You should share with Sam @ down order podcast not actually Crete which is his love but not far away geographically I assume you wouldn't know the difference.

I can see that I need to up my terrain game, no more green GW gaming mat for me then(?). Ill be looking forwrad to playing on this table when I see you next.

This is outstanding this is some of the best work I have seen anywhere anytime and not a static grass applicator in sight. The terrain is so good I almost loose sign of the fact that the minis are REALLY nicely painted. Love that last one where they are using the wall for cover. You should share with Sam @ down order podcast not actually Crete which is his love but not far away geographically I assume you wouldn't know the difference. I can see that I need to up my terrain game, no more green GW gaming mat for me then(?). Ill be looking forwrad to playing on this table when I see you next.
Guest - Graham Clark on Tuesday, 11 September 2018 16:03

Wow! That’s super realistic! Can totally imagine the setting!

Wow! That’s super realistic! Can totally imagine the setting! :D
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