You saw lots of unfinished scenery in last week's battle report. It's time to solve that. Let's begin with the tiny building, the ubiquitous GW Chapel.
GW's Fantasy scenery has become really popular, some of their kits being among the most used in all kind of wargames, from fantasy environments to medieval or even Victorian/VSF/Gothic games. High quality and detailed kit, I must say, it's a very good choice for scenery.
However, that's exactly what moves me to do something... different. I just don't want to have the same piece of scenery that everyone has. At least not the very same one. But... how to make the difference? I mean, in a cheap and easy way, something that anybody with my
lack of skills could reasonably achieve. Hmm... Then I found the solution. As the title says, beauty is in the inside :P.
|You see where am I heading this nonsense?|
That's it, I thought it would be fun trying to make something with the inner part of the kit. Unfortunately it's too small for real game action, but it can be used as part of an scenario (the character has to spend 1d3 turns in the inside looking for the secret escape/treasure/whatever... Don't know, this kind of stuff). As you can see, no complication on my part, just plain card and let's see where this leads.
|No work on the outside|
I thought of doing something with all those skulls. Maybe opening a window instead of them... something. But that would be on the 'complexity' side I was trying to avoid in this project, so I finally just left them. You know, it's not GW if it doesn't have skulls...
Some more additional work in the inside:
|Problems with the finishing touches, but I'll be solving that|
So my idea is having an altar -or more likely a statue (from the same kit) at the end of the chapel and some frescos on the side walls. I'll be showing you my progress on this over the next few days!