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Terrain Tile Tutorial (or T3) - Part Three

by daddy4count on 13th March 2012 at 01:47
Part Three - finishing touches

The basics for flocking and painting these pieces is very much the same as any other base you might do. I prefer sand spread generously over piles of PVC / school glue.

Then a dark color followed by lighter shades to highlight.

The sand I use is from the Michaels store. I buy it from the fake flower section in 2 pound bags for $4. The glue is the same old gallon of Elmers that I purchased from Lowe's Home Improvement

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Terrain Tile Tutorial (or T3) - Part Two

by daddy4count on 22nd January 2012 at 16:16
Part Two - Carving Stone

I nearly regret starting this tutorial. Once you see just how simple it is to create a stone effect it will completely ruin my new reputation as master of home made terrain. I gave myself that title, in case you wondered where it came from...

The gaps in the vehicle ramps were completed with wall filler, thusly:

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I used Patch-n-Paint spackling...

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Terrain Tile Tutorial (or T3) - Part One

by daddy4count on 29th December 2011 at 02:56
Look at me! I'm blogging! I'm blogging!
... Keep blogging, Bob.

As promised, and because I love to hear the sound of my own typing, we begin a step by step walk through of my version of a modular terrain tile. Most of the amazing ideas you are about to read were stolen or adapted. I stand upon the shoulders of giants.

Getting Started

Let's start with the basic necessities. I build my pieces on a 24x24

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