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djmothra's Jungle Terrain
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A few weeks ago, I needed to have a bit of a clear out of my display cabinets and found some really old and simply made corrugate cardboard ruins - originally for Frostgrave. They looked a little tatty so I added some flock and some plants to jazz them up a bit. They were made following a DMScotty tutorial on YouTube - I just wanted something super quick and easy.

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These have since been donated to my FLGS for their 40k/AoS tables - and the people that play love using them.

So I decided to make more...A LOT MORE! Coming soon of course Smile

C&Cs welcome
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#2
Welcome back!

These are nice and simple... I have to get back to using cardboard more often.

I think I would've doubled up on the thickness. of the walls.

I look forward to seeing more!!!
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Students were having a test, so I started work on some ruined buildings for the Jungle table. Although these are kinda for 40k, I didn't add anything that makes them only usable there (No rebar etc) so they can be used in Fantasy games too.

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Just black primed and grey stippled on along with a white drybrush.

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Added the same jungle plants as before to the building and a few extra bits I had lurking in my display cabinet at home.

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These are now in my FLGS being used by the players.

C&Cs welcome as always.
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Do you find that the plants have any adverse impact on playability? They look great, but I feel like you'd constantly be bumping them or snagging them on stuff when you move miniatures in/around them. Have you found that to be the case at all?
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#5
The only things I ever get snagged on are my wire armature trees. They are constantly getting attached to sleeves. These plastic plants have never given me any grief.
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#6
Same as Set, the only problem gamers have at the store are the "pro-made" wire trees that are either too top heavy and keep falling over with the tiniest of bumps or get snagged constantly. never had any issues with these plants - so much so, that the crap trees are slowly being removed from my FLGS in favour of my creations Smile

Started a new Ruined building - this one is myre 40k themed though.

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With the previous Ruin.

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The Shield? Because my Howling Griffons Space Marines Big Grin (This is my personal Cubby Hole and display cabinet in my FLGS - only myself and the manager have a key to it)
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C&Cs welcome as usual.
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So, a few weeks ago (just before Tet / Lunar new Year) my students had a Fayre / Market in the school yard, so all my classes were off, so I decided to knock up a quick ruin.

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I'd also been making some small desert Islands for use with Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago - they are nearly done here.

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C&Cs welcome and appreciated
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what is this made of? some kind of gator board?
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#9
EPVC - same stuff Architects use. I have heard that some sign writers also use it.
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#10
Do you have to coat it before applying spray paint?
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