Finally my quest for hedges have come to an end. After months of gruelling (sometimes even torturous) progress, the end is in sight. After this article, no longer will you, dear reader, be bombarded with Bush related puns, memes and other quasi-humorous word-games that usually comes with the territory. Those interested in a recap of the whole saga should follow the 'Bush' tag and it should give you all you need.
|Good God... this is where I left you last time? Well then this may come as|
a bit of a surprise.....
|1. Apply first layer of flock and PVA|
|2. Add layer of white paint|
|3. Seal second layer of flock with PVA.|
With the tops done, the basing became the order of the day. Trampolining off of my newly completed base for Archaon, I dove into the hedges, smashing out the entire basing process across a movie, and a couple of episodes of Criminal Minds.
Not that they're completed, I can proudly add several new terrain pieces to my collection. As it so happens, I'm amassing quite a collection of terrain for my snow table, a development which is certainly not unwelcome. Now that this particular project is done, it's time to turn my focus to the other half-completed projects that grace my work-bench / terrain shelf. With my renewed interest in 40K, I think a bit of city-fight terrain is in order. But not before I update the resolution tracker:
Pieces of Fantasy Terrain completed: 14 (+10)
Catch you all later,