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Monday 21 March 2016

A few hills

I'm not sure if these really count as hills or just rise's in the ground to be honest, maybe that would depend on the scale your using, that is one good thing about these (we'll call them hills) hills there not tried to any scale I guess.

There not a lot to them only pieces of cork stuck together & then iced up with tile grout, but as they would cost less then 20 euro's for the 5 there cheap enough.

Also I kept them flat so as you don't get wobble & sliding models which happens when you use sloped or rounded hills.
Anyway there a bit more terrain what ever they are & that's always a good thing.
So when the icing is dry it a quick spay & then paint on the dip, I  know your meant to dip thing's in dip but I don't tend to not even when I use it on models.

Once that's dry your set to go, a cheap & quick little project, below you can see some of them in use in a battle in sector 6, report on that coming soon.
Well that it for this time but just before I go I see there's a new follower so welcome my friend, so as always my thanks for dropping in & if you'd care to leave a comment it would be most welcome.


  1. Not bad, why not flock them to make some contrast?

    1. Thanks mate, as I made them to go with my pulp alley table flocking them won't really work, in the idel world we have lot's of different tables all with own matching terrain,

      How to make that idel world ? winning the lotto might help lol

  2. Nice, and well executed. Just what the table always needs

  3. Thanks Will, I need them for a game in a campaign I was taking part in, I can't remember who's running it lol.