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A mythical beast - a female wargamer! I got back into wargaming in the summer of 2011 after a very, very long break. My current interests are Ancients, ACW, 30YW and SciFi gaming.

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Scatter Terrain Primed

Soooo....I haven't done anything on finishing off the Sarissa warehouse and corner store that I started a long time ago. I have, however, been beavering away prepping and priming some resin scatter terrain from Ainsty. I started the priming last night, but my airbrush was playing up a bit so I stopped and gave it a thorough clean - it definitely needed it. I decided to give my other airbrush a good cleaning too (it also needed it, but not quite as badly!). That was definitely a job worth doing - they are bother working so much better today.



I'll be painting these up in batches over the next few evenings. Then I'll finish the two buildings. Honest!

Anyway, on Saturday I'm planning to make a trip to Newbury Racecourse for Colours. I haven't been for a couple of years and there are a few things I want to pick up.

6 comments:

  1. Scatter terrain really does add to skirmish games.
    It may not look to exciting at this stage but when finished....

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  2. Yup, it'll look fab. And wholeheartedly agree that scatter makes or breaks good skirmish games.

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  3. I am off to set up Colours today. Do not forget there are things going on on all three floors. Nice scatter by the way. Ainsty will be at Colours along with many other traders.


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    1. That should read to help set up Colours.

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  4. @ Clint - cheers! They definitely add to the scene for skirmish games and provide essential cover and LOS blocking :)

    @ Herbert - thanks! :)

    @ Simon - cheers! It was good to meet you this morning :)

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  5. Simple but effective scenics - they'll look great I'm sure

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