Saturday, 27 August 2016

Frostgrave City Boards - Work in Progress - drybrush complete

So, it's been pretty quiet this month. August always is for me. Re-enacting takes over. Having said that there has been progress...

The Hirst Arts Gothic Church has gained a roof (it still needs windows and a door) and the Frostgrave city boards have progressed to having had their dry brushing stage completed. Next I need to detail the "canal" and also work out what to do with the garden? bits next to the slope.

I've just tried it out with some of the buildings I normally use and I think it looks pretty good. Though I think I need to make some stone walls and probably a few things like fountains and wells.

This is all being prepared for Frostgrave participation/demo games at the Derby World Wargames Show and the Fiasco show in Leeds.



















6 comments:

  1. That's fantastic! Do me a favour and don't drop snow everywhere/ :--)

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    1. I was planning on some subtle use of Magic Snow (look it up on ebay)... It's not permanent.

      But if you think it will detract then I will do without.

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  2. That looks excellent, looking forward to seeing it at Derby

    Ian

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    1. It'll be really good to see you there! :)

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  3. Richard, that looks smashing, you must be really pleased, great job :-)

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    1. Thanks! Yes... and the more I do, the better it seems to get. I expect there will be more pics later in the week.

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