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    Thread: Town House WD131
Post: RE: Town House WD131

Cool builds, both the old with their clay/milliput(?) chimneys and the new. I especially liked the one where you used of paper towel for basing the shingles. It gave a pleasing irregular look.
havre Work In Progress 31 44,260 05-20-2017, 02:43 AM
    Thread: Drallitoc's Lost Jungle Temple
Post: RE: Drallitoc's Lost Jungle Temple

I just had to chime in. This project i EPIC.
havre Work In Progress 236 359,851 05-20-2017, 02:30 AM
    Thread: Medieval warehouse
Post: RE: Medieval warehouse

Great work! It is nice to see some of the fine paint work beeing done with an airbrush. For the ground floor texture, the ripping of that kind of foam is a common issue. Using some food oil on your kn...
havre Terrain Showcase 10 15,401 10-16-2016, 03:44 PM
    Thread: WIP - McCurry's - Blacksmith's Forge
Post: RE: WIP - McCurry's - Blacksmith's Forge

Great work. Joust the right hint of wackyness. Nice idea with those rollers.
havre Work In Progress 20 40,012 02-28-2016, 05:18 PM
    Thread: The O so great inspirationthread
Post: The O so great inspirationthread

For all you terrain builders there comes a time when you need to grab some inspiration from somewhere to get your work in progress. So what is better than to have a thread for those interesting videos...
havre Terrain Inspiration 19 33,715 04-22-2015, 08:07 AM
    Thread: General Entry comment thread
Post: General Entry comment thread

Hi. Taking up on the suggestion by Reid, I'm starting this general entry comment thread. Allthough only two of the six projects finished on time, both Catdancer and Vampyrevenom are worty contestants....
havre Comp II: Monstrous Flora/Fungi Ended 3 6,232 04-22-2015, 05:49 AM
    Thread: Mordheim - Ruined Hamlet
Post: RE: Mordheim - Ruined Hamlet

I like the progress here. The tissue paper texture works fine with the wood. Looking forward to more updates.
havre Work In Progress 23 45,299 04-22-2015, 04:50 AM
    Thread: A Tau City (in true scale)
Post: RE: A Tau City (in true scale)

Great work! I guess you have some house rules to facilitate shooting and climbing all those floors?
havre Terrain Showcase 21 47,187 04-22-2015, 04:44 AM
    Thread: Modular Trench Board, 6'x4' in total.
Post: RE: Modular Trench Board, 6'x4' in total.

I've taken to avoid modular tables because of the difficulty in making them visually pleasing with all the joints, but I do like this one. Good Work!
havre Terrain Showcase 1 5,195 04-22-2015, 04:41 AM
    Thread: Command Bunker for Warhammer 40K
Post: RE: Command Bunker for Warhammer 40K

I love the rust effect on this one. Simply love it.
havre Terrain Showcase 4 9,165 04-22-2015, 04:37 AM
    Thread: Malifaux table
Post: RE: Malifaux table

(04-11-2015, 03:28 AM)pendrake Wrote: What is the difference between Malifaux and Mordheim?  (Aside from the obvious: competing products from competing companies...) I am really asking how do they ...
havre Terrain Showcase 3 8,256 04-13-2015, 10:17 AM
    Thread: Malifaux table
Post: Malifaux table

Here's some lovin' for my tiny Malifaux table. Myself on the left. You'll recognise a few buildings from another thread. [Image: http://i387.photobucket.com/albums/oo319/havre2008/d014_zps6af15f7d....
havre Terrain Showcase 3 8,256 04-10-2015, 09:10 AM
    Thread: Ol' Mordheim table
Post: RE: Ol' Mordheim table

Thanks Melly, for bringing it to light. Seems like the pictures only shows when logget on to the old site. Here are the links to the missing buildings. http://terragenesis.co.uk/gallery/image.php?id=2...
havre Terrain Showcase 7 14,939 04-10-2015, 08:40 AM
    Thread: Ol' Mordheim table
Post: RE: Ol' Mordheim table

And then there were the board itself [Image: http://terragenesis.co.uk/gallery/pix/2009/04/30202547.jpg] [Image: http://terragenesis.co.uk/gallery/pix/2009/04/30203027.jpg] [Image: http://i387.photobu...
havre Terrain Showcase 7 14,939 04-08-2015, 06:06 AM
    Thread: Ol' Mordheim table
Post: Ol' Mordheim table

Four Score and Seven Years Ago (at least it feels that long) i began work on my Mordheim table. It was one of the tardiest building logs in the history of TG, started long before I fell for the lure o...
havre Terrain Showcase 7 14,939 04-08-2015, 05:54 AM
    Thread: Mordheim - Ruined Hamlet
Post: RE: Mordheim - Ruined Hamlet

Cool build! It is allways cool to see the use of new (to me anyway) materials and the associated techniques. I'm guessing the 3 mm plasticard is more sturdy than the foamboard I usually work with, but...
havre Work In Progress 23 45,299 04-08-2015, 05:13 AM