I have just finished making 6ft of canals, 14 woodland bases, and a girder bridge for my river sections.
The woodland bases each have three magnetized trees (made previously for sitting on the banks of my river sections), some wooden fencing, a fallen tree, and a few bushes to give the impression of a wooded area but with plenty of room for figure placement with the removal of the magnet trees.
28mm figures for scale.
With the canal sections, I was inspired by Richard Clarke's 2018 Crisis build and more recently, Alan Shewood and Joe Bilton's superb terrain-making skills of a canal.
Both the canal bridges and the barges are MDF kits from Sarissa Precision.
28mm figures for scale.
Last but not least, another Sarissa Precision MDF kit of a girder bridge to go with the river sections that I made recently.
28mm figures and vehicles for scale.
As usual, the link for buying volume 3 or putting your name on the waiting list for a reprint of volume 1 or 2 of Setting the Scene, then please contact Steve at email@example.com
The photos are not showing and only appear for me when I click on the blank spaces and then they are taking an age to load. Files size too big? Aside from that when I can get to see them, superb work as always Pat!ReplyDelete
Now they are showing just after I posted my comment!Delete
Hopefully your problem loading the photos was a one-off.
Superb and inspiring work as ever PatReplyDelete
Always inspiring Pat. I’m just envious of those that get to play on your tables! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Dai, I don't get to play on it much myself either but hopefully that will change.Delete
Superb terrain yet again Pat and always an inspiration!ReplyDelete
Thanks Christopher, much appreciated.Delete
Brilliant terrain. I will be using the idea of the magnetised trees.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kym, magnets are the way to go.Delete
Outstanding realism in your modeling.ReplyDelete
That is very kind of you to say Jim.Delete
Wow, gorgeous canal bridges and barges!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Phil, that is all down to Sarissa Precision.Delete
Amazing as ever Pat - that canal is a triumph!ReplyDelete
Thanks Frank, it should make a good defensive line with my 1940 games.Delete
You have really brought those kits to life Pat, stunning job.ReplyDelete
Thanks Michael, much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Great work as always. What is the base for the woodland areas? MDF?ReplyDelete
Thanks mkee, yes the woodland base is 3mm MDF.Delete
Those all look awfully nice. Great job. A canal is not a typical choice of terrain so will make any table really stand out. 😀ReplyDelete
Thanks Stew, worth having a canal in your terrain collection if you game 1940.ReplyDelete
Truly impressive modelling work 👍ReplyDelete
Very, very impressive work there! Easily the best canal I’ve ever seen.ReplyDelete
I think a 1940 scenery book beckons 😉
Very kind of you to say Matt but if you really want to be impressed with some canal work then check out what Richard Clarke, Alan Sheward, and Joe Bilton have produced.Delete
Absolutely love the canal!! Oh, and your rivers - NICE! You are making want to throw all my crap in the bin and start over!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jay, glad you like the canal. No way with your terrain collection, it all looks superb, realistic and very inspirational.Delete
Awesome looking canal and bridges, your rivers and trees are lovely and naturalistic too!ReplyDelete
Thanks Iain, the bridges are all down to Sarissa Precision.ReplyDelete
Lovely work Pat, your terrain is always amazing.ReplyDelete
Thanks John, much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Great work mate, bring on book 4,5,6 😁ReplyDelete
Thanks KW, there may well be a volume 4 at some point.Delete