Recently we did a stock of wooden strips as accessory to our sawmill, where we can play Warhammer Fantasy, Mordheim (Empire in flames) and 1650 A capa y espada games. Today we would like show new scenery piece, another accesory for our sawmill, a stock pile of trunks.
We were sure about how the stock pile of trunks must be. First, enough tall to hide a Warhammer Fantasy miniature. Second pretty.
We used a method similitar to that have used for the stock pile of wooden strips. A Dm base and foam core. Instead of use balsa wood this thime we used air dry clay Das.
We sculpted a lots tubes and put one over the other covering foam core. We cut small pieces to put on the sides. Using a foam core allow to us spent less clay and have a lighter scenery piece.
Wich all tunks placed we sculpted bark. It was so easy taking a sculping tool like 1650 A capa y espada sculptors use for desing miniatures. A half burried beams on the sides were the final detail.
We paint stock pile of strunk as we painted our Warhammer Fantasy trees. Even the base was the same!