We added a new small scenery to our collection, a water well.
Hace mucho tiempo que teníamos pendiente el hacer un pozo. Aunque en nuestra colección de escenografía para Warhammer Fantasy, 1650 A Capa y Espada y Mordheim ya contamos con la pieza de TableTop World, queríamos tener uno propio.
We did a mail box to our Armies on Parade 2014 Empire board. Small elements are an excellent complement ir boards as capture places.
Even trough we had TableTop World water well, we with to sculpted our own.
Aunque teníamos una idea bastante clara de lo que queríamos, como siempre buscamos algún referente, esta vez lo encontramos en el entorno.
This time we didn´t need to much to find references. We could find several water wells in our neighborhood.
We wanted to do a small stone water well, without complementes like a roof. A fast and easy work for a couple of hours.
First we cut Super Sculpey clay strips. It will be the body.
Then we put strips together. We used a roller to help us to do a rounded body.
We used a sculpting toold and a sharp brush to sculp each stone.
Pusimos a Sam junto al pozo ya texturizada y nos dimos cuenta de que nos había quedado un poco pequeño. Decidimos darle más altura.
Sam checked the water well. It looked small and he decided that we must to add another level.
As no one wished to argue with an Imperial Commissar we added another clay strip. This time the strip was wider, to be diferent from the rest.
Finally we got the right high. We had water well body, was fast and easy.
We still had to do the top. But before it we add an extra detail to water well, a bucket.
At the beginning, the bucket looked like a hollowed out branch. So we added metal strips with nail’s head.
The water well will be an excellent terrain piece to play Mordheim with Skavens, they must to poison it! Or a perfect place to hide a treasure in 1650 A Capa y Espada.
What do you think about our water well until now?
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