Scenery Tutorial

I thought I would take a crack as a tutorial showing how I made the scenery pieces for my games.

All of the grasses and trees seen in my photos have been done this way, and it is quick to do.

You will need:
                      Corrugated card board (the type boxes are made from)
                      Masking tape
                      A hot glue gun with glue sticks
                      Trees, grasses or what ever you intend to base.
                      Paint - the colour you wan the soil to be
                      White glue
                      Flock


Step 1: cut a section of card to the size and shape you want your for your tree base. Make sure you have plenty of room for your tree and that the base will be large enough so it wont tip over once made.


 Step 2:
           cut some masking tape into small sections, and place one onto the edge of the base.

Step 3
          cut tabs in the piece of tape applied to the cardboard and fold them over one at a time so as to cover the sides of the cardboard. Ensure you can fold each consecutive tap slightly over the top of the previous tab.
 








Keep adding sections of tape to the cardboard until it has been covered on all edges, cutting tabs and folding as shown above.


Step 4: add a blob of glue from the hot glue gun to the area you want your tree to be on the base


 Step 5: while the glue is still soft push your tree firmly into the glue. You may need to hold your tree in place until the glue starts to cool down and harden.


Step 7: Paint your base the according the the colour you want to represent the ground for your gaming table

Step 8 spread white glue over the base and apply your flock for ground cover



 Step 9: enjoy your new piece of scenery




4 comments:

Mathyoo said...

Thats pretty simple indeed! Just need to get some trees now, heh

The Extraordinarii said...

Its always good to see how others do it, can often pick up good how to ideas, good stuff man.

Brummie said...

Nice tutorial mate thanks for sharing.

lrqan said...

Quick clever. I like it!