I’ve been working on a grand (by ToadChapel standards) home for the ambitious Herling.
I shall probably need to remove the door (🤞🏻) to properly paint the wood paneling and the goblin head knocker.
The house itself is human-sized, but Herling’s moved in as his political star has risen.
On that narrative point: I haven’t forgotten that I’m overdue for an update. I’m working on it!
The village of ToadChapel needs some rock, soil, and life upon which to grow. Let’s learn how to make it.
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to make a layer of basic forest earth that will work for your mini bases, terrain, gameboards, and dioramas. The environment of your figures plays an enormous role in setting a realistic and believable scene. Poor basing can easily spoil a good paintjob. Superior basing and terrain, though, can help even mediocre figures tell a compelling story on the tabletop. Continue reading “Let There Be Dirt: Modeling Earth for Your Minis & Terrain”