First up are the WIP shots of a 4 story building, fortified with a few sandbags on the top floor. I offer up the WIP shots so you can see the bits and stuff used. Cardboard for the corner details, wood for the flooring and lots of foamcore!
Up next are the painted versions and some detail shots. I'll admit I'm not the best photographer and taking pictures of terrain is tougher as I can never get the lighting right on the big pieces. If you've got any advice on snapping shots of terrain, I'd be happy to read them!
- Leave space on the floors for larger based models.
- Don't clutter up the bottom floors too much. Less is more for ruined buildings you want to play on!
- When painting terrain, drybrushing is your best friend.
And now the painted shots!
Thanks for looking! I hope these pieces inspire you to make your own city terrain! I really found a love of making terrain with this city fight project...and indeed the hobby. There is really nothing like defending your DIY ruined city with your freshly painted marines in 40k. It's why the hobby is one I've stuck with for so long!