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burtnernie
03-03-2008, 08:57
Not really a log as much as only really stumbled on this as we finished building it however here are some of the end results...

http://i241.photobucket.com/albums/ff172/LegionWGC/P1010097.jpg

http://i241.photobucket.com/albums/ff172/LegionWGC/P1010105.jpg

http://i241.photobucket.com/albums/ff172/LegionWGC/P1010104.jpg

With Snow :)

hallowed_are_the_ori
03-03-2008, 09:03
Dude that looks f*ckin sweet. How'd you do the brown tones on the dirt?

burtnernie
03-03-2008, 09:29
Just a quick but sensible mixture... Black then watered down Scored brown on the main surface, with a dry brush of bestial brown... the sunken "road" was a bestial brown watered down and applied although most of that is snow covered... we used darker browns on the craters though...

BishopBlack
03-03-2008, 13:01
Amazing!

How long it take from start to finish?
cause I want to do a trench board :D
great stuff! what next for you?

burtnernie
03-03-2008, 13:51
Well it took a while, howeveonly as we had other commitments, to make it didn't take long, probably 10 hours... to paint and snow.... probably about3 hours.

We used 3 sheets of 8 x 4 25mm foam board, 6 bags of lollipop sticks, 3 pots of sand, 6 tubs of bicarbonate of soda and 1 2.5 ltr pva tub (although not all used) the bunker type bit is resin though.

We doubled up the foam board to create the depth and then used cut lolipop sticks to make the shuttering and retaining walls in the actual trench.

As for the next project, my mate has his sights on a fortress monastry, we have built a massive colosium that I can get pictures for tomorrow if anyone interested so will post new ideas on here.

skullcandy
03-03-2008, 23:39
Looks great, keep it up!

hallowed_are_the_ori
04-03-2008, 00:01
Cheers dude.

BishopBlack
04-03-2008, 02:18
That would be sweet matey!
and thanks.

Triggerdog
04-03-2008, 03:05
awesome board, really nice so far