Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by NIGHTBRINGER, Apr 15, 2015.
There's sorcery at work on this forum! Looks like Tzeentch has been here again...
I think you will, your speeding up and I'm slowing down, something is wrong ..................
He is taking all your speed by some obscure rituals !
Using alien Tzeentch powers I’ll bet!
How have I not seen this stuff before, great work...want the workstation lol!
The perks of Chaos!
It's not often that I get to post pictures of a finished project, but at (very) long last it is finally complete. There are a few things that I might have changed here and there (practice makes perfect I suppose), but in the end I am exceptionally pleased with it. Without further ado, I present my house terrain project:
Woooooow, it's impressive !
I love it !
All the details are very well done. We could think that it is a real house
Really good job here !
Thank you very much! It took a really long time to complete, but it was a fun little project.
As it said, the longer the better
Well done, it looks great!
All this wait, for a measly cottage?!?
I'm obviously joking, it's very nice and the details are wonderful, I love the mushrooms and the trunks.
It looks great? Did you use aquarium rocks and mortar? Also, is that shag carpet for the thatching? Beautiful work on the wood component!
A Rogue One compliment... high praise indeed!
Thank you kindly.
I admittedly work slow, but I am happy that you like it! One single section delayed the project for ages. No matter what I just couldn't find an acceptable solution.
As for the size of the piece, the aim was to create a small house that could be found on its own outside of a township. Maybe on a small farm. Something that a family/person would have built on their own.
In actuality, the house was built as a prototype for a larger two story building I have planned. However, as the project progressed, I liked it more and more so I tried to put extra care into the small details.
I got the rocks at the beach, I have a container full of them. The mortar is a mix of sand (also from the beach) and pva glue.
The thatch roof was made of synthetic fur. I did a tutorial on it a while back:
So cute! They look real!
Thank you. Essentially they are real... just on a smaller scale. Made from twigs/branches found in the backyard!
Was the cutting done by smurfs?
Reminds me of the joke about Great Brimbori who was the strongest man in the world and had a show where he smashed walnuts with his p***...
That's one nice little cottage... how much is the rent?