Scatter terrain, road block, fire wood, log stack and grain sacks.

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JOHN BOND 001
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Scatter terrain, road block, fire wood, log stack and grain sacks.

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More scatter terrain, this post includes a road block which can be chosen as a Support option, a pile of fire wood, log storage and lots of sacks of grain. follow the link for more images and info on how to make them:
http://iagsmgm.blogspot.com/2020/04/sca ... -wood.html

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cheers John

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As usual, excellent work. Inspiring.
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Hi there

They are fab

Had a good stroll through your blog looking at figures, buildings and the rest of it.

I genuinely dont know dont know if has motivated me to better things or convinced me to throw in the towel completely.

Happy gaming
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JOHN BOND 001
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Thanks Doug and Baldie,
Baldie stick with it, we all have different gifts, be inspired :) your probably a better gamer than me.

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Just looking at the handle of the axe in the top right picture - can't think when I last saw a wooden tool handle painted so accurately in terms of tone. It's the attention to the little details that makes your work so superb.
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These pieces do look the business, though only a very sloppy farmer would leave his axe out to rust and sacks of grain lying about for the farmer’s chickens and passing birds to eat!

Was wondering if you preserve the sticks you use for logs in any way? I’m a bit worried about them drying out and starting to crumble.

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Thank all for your comments,
Contrarius the wood I have chosen does keep its bark intact, I think they are a Australian nature tree but you can coat them with a matt varnish if you think the bark may fall off or you could apply a thin layer of cheap super glue over the whole surface, something I do if I think it is necessary.
cheers John
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