A nice looking wargaming table and terrain set for under $50 that is portable, super easy to build, and there’s no painting required! Check out my complete tutorial on building the table, as well as the terrain for it.
These miniature scratch built items are the projects we tackle from the ground up starting with nothing. You can find one-off models we’ve built, terrain for your gaming table or even something more complicated like building your own Astra Militarum tanks with plasticard. The sky is the limit with scratch building and we are routinely pushing ourselves with our projects.
I wanted to show you how I made cobblestone bases simply, quickly, and easily for my miniatures. You only need a few tools to do this and the results are awesome.
Tutorial on how to create a great looking earth basing for a large model, like the Tau Riptide. I work with pigments to get a nice texture and look.
Here is a fast, cheap and easy way to make decent tank traps for any modern wargaming table with step-by-step instructions and pictures to guide you. These are a great addition to any wargaming table to add some small details.
This tutorial on how to make miniature trees easy is cheap to do and simple to follow. I use twist ties as the core of the trees and then add details for a nice finishing touch. This is a great and cheap way to get some nice tree terrain for your wargaming table.
I made some hill terrain for my Warhammer 40K table, and I’ve finally managed to get them all painted. Check out the gallery!
Terrain storage can be tricky. In this tutorial I show how I fit enough terrain for a 4×6 gaming table into a single box.
Here’s my DIY barbed wire tutorial for terrain. It’s simple, inexpensive and very convincing. Great for Warhammer 40K or Bolt Action games.