Making shell holes

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Making shell holes

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If you're looking for a terrain project to keep you occupied while confined to home here is a short tutorial on how to make some quick and easy shell holes. Useful to mark out the area covered by a barrage, as jump off points or just as scatter terrain. You can find it here http://thetacticalpainter.blogspot.com/ ... holes.html
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Here's some pictures:

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Here they are used to mark out a barrage with my explosion markers:

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Good work.
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Nice work Mark, I have also made some shell holes and just used my hands to shape the inner portion of the blast but your use of the ball is a great idea makes life a bit more simpler.
cheers John

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