Not much of my terrain has been in the classic gothic grey tones of the grim-dark that dominates the 40k hobby.
I guess I gave in during a moment of weakness.
|First urban ruin completed|
Similar to my other terrain, the base is a CD-ROM, spray painted grey to give the glue and paint something to adhere to. To the grey CD, I added cork walls, cork debris and a mix of basing sands. (I made sure this time to not put a lot of sand OVER the cork debris, but to leave it intact as wall shards.)
This terrain piece then took a four color scheme.
- Flat Black Spray paint. (cheap Valspar variety)
- Drybrush with Dark Granite (Craft Paint)
- Drybrush with Pewter Grey (Craft Paint)
- Drybrush with Dove Grey (Craft Paint)
The buildup of shades can be seen below
|Four shades of paint on the ruined wall|
At least this piece provided me a bit of distraction from a sea of brown and khaki desert terrain. I've got to keep changing it up so I don't get into too much of a rut!