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Main » Photo album » Warhammer Fantasy » SAGA Village - Phase I
Having never done any buildings before, I've managed to create this shell of a hut for upcoming SAGA, Warhammer, etc, battles.

Need to do a roof, but I'll need to do some hunting to get the "thatching" ... look out teddy bears, I'm coming for you!
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Date: 13-Aug-2013 | Tags: Scenery, Warhammer, foamcore, Saga, homemade, Saxons, Vikings, Village, Hut | Added by: Morgoth
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2 Morgoth  
Hi Ross

Yeah, I'd seen that method as the norm across a load of uTube vids. I usually check out RiRo ... http://www.youtube.com/user/RubbishInRubbishOut/videos ... for inspiration on all my projects. Here's what I'm aiming at ... http://youtu.be/tsX3MyDHo1A?t=3m38s ... from his work.

The guys pretty clued up on terrain making, and he's only one guy I follow! I think even he's converted to hunting teddy bears. I can see that it's a lot cleaner, quicker and looks the part when the "thatching" is glued down. My only concern is too go for realism like he's done with the thatching and given it a dirty look colour, or just use the "brand-new" straw (yellow) look, like the ones at the club? I'll wait and see how I feel on the day when I get my skins from evilBay ... Walts

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1 RMcN  
Nice looking shell for Saga building.

But before you start hijacking teddies, the more traditional way is to use card base then milliputt (or GW green stuff, or even the wood filler I got you from Excess Stock) over the roof section. Then use an old toothbrush or fine comb to create the thatched roof effect before it dries. Then leave to dry and paint!! Possible to build layers if required.

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