Terrain for CoC

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Digits
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Terrain for CoC

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Hello, new here. I normally hang about on Lead Adventure but this seems to be a more usefuful space to share ideas for scenery for CoC.

I’m only recently new to the game but instantly hooked. I have spent the last six months gathering together toys for it and setting the scene. Hopefully I can borrow ideas I come across here...always willing to learn something...

Today I have just been finishing off a pair of mine fields, and a pair of prepared positions.

The minefields are straight forward enough...

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For the prepared positions, to make them look realistic, I’d end up cutting off minis at the torso for every faction I intend collecting....too expensive. The solution i have come up with, make them as low as is practical, and try to give the illusion of depth by having th3 standing area dark. They work for me.

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They look grand
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Getting slaughtered by a surprising amount of opponents.

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Truscott Trotter
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Your minefields look like mine....only better.

Would like to see your entrenchments with some troops in, as they are the hardest terrain to do in wargames terms.

Oh and welcome aboard.

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Here you go. Obviously it helps if the minis are prone. Standing figures will still look odd....but it’s a game!

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Nice but the standing ones was what I was concerned about.

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They do look extremely good, but I have seen your work on LAF, so it's no more than I would expect :)
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Nice additions Digits

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Re: Terrain for CoC

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Truscott Trotter wrote:
Fri Feb 12, 2021 12:25 pm
Nice but the standing ones was what I was concerned about.

Like I said, standing will look as odd as any others bunkers. I don’t personally like the tall ones some people use but there is no proper response as I said unless you want to put half minis in. But then depending on which minis you want to use in them...you will end up with lots more work.

Anyway, cheers guys.

A few more recent bits

Deployment markers

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Explosions

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Would put up more but two image max plus the fact if I try to put more than one post it thinks I’m spamming! Oh well.

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Yeah you have to put each picture in a separate post, but, they both look fantastic .
I especially like the explosion markers they are amongst the best I have seen.
Did you use the clump foliage method?

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Really impressive pieces. Your exploding cow parts are amazingly creative, but you'll have to watch out for the mini-RSPCA
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