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Saturday, April 14, 2012

More test pieces from Luke's Terrain Mines

Luke's been working on some new stuff and experimenting with different ideas.  He asked me to share them with you.

The bocage now features a cast base, rather than built up wood + rocks, making it a bit lighter and a bit easier to make a slew of.  The mines of Melia are rolling!









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9 comments:

Matt Varnish said...

Hah Mines of Melia.. does that mean his sons come up to him and say such about the roots being strong, and then Lukuman says to TEAR THEM ALL DOWN!!!!

Not a huge fan of the rock or the dug in markers, but maybe thats the paintjob, but I LOVE the cast bocage hedgerow.. what a great idea.

Private Snafu said...

What are the rock hills made of?

AJ (Allan) Wright said...

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AJ (Allan) Wright said...

I agree about the dug-in markers, they're a little thick. I love the hills though. The bocage is the best piece - excellent work there.

Shawn Morris said...

Working on some cast bocage myself - great work. A real time saver as I think you would agree. The Rocks are a nice touch as well.

Steven MacLauchlan said...

@AJ- :)

Luke said...

Yeah first time on the machine gun next. I am looking for much thinner wood for the logs. I am going to make the next base on balsa wood to lighten it up.

I like the rocky out croings, but will admit these were rushed to get things to show steve. There are two types of bocage shown. One has a build up along the edge which is hard to see in the picture and the other is like the old bocage I made. The casting makes thigs really cool.

Thanks for the feedback everyone.

TheIra said...

Where can you purchase terrain from him?

Anatoli said...

Luke, the cliffs are fine - what you can do to pimp them is adding trees and bushes on the top and sides and various amounts of flock to make them look more like overgrown cliffs.

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