Malval table – Homemade Medieval House

I regularly check the Boring Mordheim forum for inspiration and tips about modeling techniques. And let me tell you, they have some really talented PS foam carvers!
I present you my humble attempt at the PS foam carving technique.

For all the experts out there, what do you think? Any advice for my next PS foam buildings?


11 thoughts on “Malval table – Homemade Medieval House

  1. That’s really nice work. What technique did you use to get that exposed brick look on the wall pieces?


    1. It’s carved foam covered with plaster

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  2. Amazing!!
    Will you expand the Medal of color events to Mordheim ?

    I’de love to play on that table…

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    1. Yes that’s the objective 😉 We are indeed considering to organize a new Medal of Colors Mordeim this winter with Rémi.


      1. That’s amazing!
        Count me in 🙂

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  3. Humble attempt? You really can not call it that!
    Fantastic work!
    Only one thing …
    Because I am a mason …
    At the corner of the stair railing you have a long vertical joint in the masonry. I cover the joint with airdrying clay in every 2nd stone row.

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  4. Thanks for the pro tips ^^
    I know my joints are far from being perfect (and thus the humble attempt). Next time I will try to think and work a little bit more on the masonry joints.


  5. I really like the colors and contrasts. Things to steal …

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  6. William Jacob Rutgers Ford August 20, 2018 — 6:33 pm

    Love the colors – I think it’ll look even better if you’re able to eventually to pick out the details in color (like the iron fittings on the doors, maybe color the window panels in)!
    ‘humble’ is an overwhelming-understatement. That foam carving is on point!


    1. You’re right I should work more on the details maybe by the end of the year


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