As I previously mentioned, I’m usually not a great fan of MDF scenery kits. But for this project, I didn’t find any resin kit fitting my theme for a retro-futuristic American Diner. My objective is to model the Drumlin Diner from Fallout 4. So, starting from 4Ground Emma’s Diner kit, I decided to customize it… Read More Fallout board – Customizing your MDF scenery kit
Creating the topography of a board is one of my favourite part. I use the multi-layer/multi-scale approach, as follow:… Read More Fallout board – Terrain topography
Usually, I wouldn’t recommend using MDF scenery kits as the level of details is far below the one we get with resin kits and the porosity of MDF make it very hard to have a smooth paint finish. However, as I didn’t found any resin scenery kit for an electric pylon or a diner, I… Read More Fallout board – 4Ground kits
New Year, new project!
No I’m not forgetting you dear Malval board. I just need a little break and I will be back to your dark sinuous streets and glooming underground… … Read More Fallout board – Drumlin Diner project
I’m done with my Manorhouse Workshop Abbaye 3D bases! And I can tell you, it was a real pleasure to paint.… Read More Manorhouse Abbaye 3D bases – Finished!
Manorhouse Workshop did a great job with their Abbaye 3D bases. It’s light and flexible, yet it’s stay flat on the table when you game on it. … Read More How-to add a tree on Manorhouse Abbaye 3D bases
One year ago, I backed Manorhouse Workshop’s 3D bases project on Kickstarter.… Read More How-to paint Manorhouse Abbaye 3D bases