In a bid to clear some shelf space, I have delved deeper into the foothills of terrain cluttering up the place.
We start with the resin Summoning Circle terrain from the Oathsworn Burrows and Badgers: New Blood Kickstarter:
The menhirs spell out “Oathsworn” in the elder Futhark (Norse Runic alfabet), here starting at 10 o’clock.
In the middle there is a circular depression that fits two out of the three inserts…the third one just about does not fit anymore now that it is painted.
The Acid Pool from an earlier post. It is sitting proud of the surface, instead of being nested.
And the compulsory sacrificial altar block.
The main piece is about 14,5cms in diameter.
More Oathsworn, from the same KS:
a broken badger statue, about 5cm long.
Some stalagmites from Reaper Bones KS 2. aka 77398 Dungeon Decor (Stalagmites) in the Reaper store.
This is an old Grendel Productions Resin obelisk thingy, about 7cms tall. Some Net-Fu turns up that this is actually still available from Scotia Grendel, even though I originally bought the set it came in maybe in 1994 or earlier(!) I should still have the other two parts of this set somewhere in the dank dungeons of doom aka the manifold boxes in my cellar,
and 3d printed viking wagon and cart from Terrain4Print, from their Kickstarter featuring Viking buildings and Sci-Fi Barracks. I am gearing up to paint some of those, this is more of a test to see if I could get the colours grungy enough to hide the print lines without too much work. I think they turned out all right. Maybe some mud around the rims…
All these bits are soon to grace a gaming table near me.
Painted so far this month: 21 / 31
Painted miniatures so far this year: 267 / 365 -just 98 to go!
Painted Terrain / Dungeon Furniture (just don’t google that phrase) pieces: 43