Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Peninsular War: Two Fields

Here are a couple of bits of scenery I have been making for my Peninsular War campaign... 

First up- an orange orchard (An orangery perhaps? or what ever the correct term for it is). This time I thought I would really go overboard on the terrain and really go for that dry dusty Iberian Peninsular feel. The walls are 1/72 scale Italieri plastic ones. The rest is scratch built. It is A4 size so it will easily fit in the IKEA Pappis storage box, and the orange trees will lift out for ease of storage and to allow figures to be placed during play. the oranges are a combination of tiny balls of green stuff, and coriander seeds (when I got board of making tiny balls of GS). The cabbages are made from paper roses from the craft shop painted green and dry-brushed. 




The Ploughed Field is made the same way. the fence is made by Redendra and the rest is scratch built. The Field is a piece of door mat sold in ALDI stuck down and given a light dry brush. The flowers were from Atenociti's Workshop.  




I hope you like them- Next up a farm house and a barn. 

8 comments:

pulpcitizen said...

Excellent work mate. Very impressive. :)

Paul Smith said...

Fantastic lookig fields!

Simon Quinton said...

Great job Rob. The little details bring it to life.

Michael Awdry said...

Superb! Really lovely work.

Smillie said...

They look great!

Michael Mills said...

Very nice indeed Rob!

Jay said...

Beautifully modeled scenery, sir!

Phil said...

This is a splendid work, love the beautiful details, we can feel the sun of Spain on this great work...congrats!