Sorry I've been tardy on the ol' blog and chain but both my digital camera and my computer went belly up over the last couple of months, and I am slowly getting things things back to plum. With this in mind, and christmas projects abounding, I will be shotgunning a few blogs past you in quick broadsides, so keep a weather eye!
This year one of my gaming groups decided to do a Secret Santa trade, with the theme being our hobby, of course.
I was lucky to get my pal Aron Clark, whom we just presented with a warmaster Lizardman army for his wedding gift a few months back. His gift, and something I've been toying with, was a no brainer! Project Lustria went into full swing. I decided to do a small temple, a plaza, and a bit of ruins ala a sculpture.
The temple top and some ruins, made of super sculpy.
The skull disc is a resin shield from one of my old Mecha models.
The temple with the sacrificial altar and top design placed upon it. I had some sculpy left, so I decided to make a small spawning pool, staring as a rectangle.
A couple of side view shots to show the detailing in the stonework. The inside is made of poplar scraps I had left over from the battleship project. You can also see some underpainting of the ruins bits. I placed them on reversed tape to make painting easier.
I included this shot for scale. The temple is big enough to hold a full warmaster unit of three stands on top.