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Offline quidamcorvus

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[Tutorial] Teufelsberg, Piles of wood.
« on: September 03, 2020, 07:33:11 AM »
Tutorial: Teufelsberg, Piles of wood.

Readers of the DansE MacabrE blog know that I have already completed the construction of the village of Teufelsberg to Warheim FS, HERE they could see photos of all models and elements of the terrain.

Today, however, the last of the guides I wrote on this occasion has for you.

So far, in tutorials related to Teufelberg, I have shown you how I did:

- prussian wall
- tile
- thatched roof
- fruit trees
- cheese house
- wells
- shooting targets

...and today I will show you how to quickly make piles of chopped wood.

I invite you to read.



Of course, I forgot to photograph the ingredients needed to make the piles of wood.

I used the sticks visible in the picture for the construction. I once bought two packs of these sticks, they are the same as those made from matches, but without the flammable match head.

In addition, a thin twig with bark will also be useful, as well as a knife to cut it all and glue to stick it together.





Construction is very simple, although labor-intensive.

First, we cut the sticks into about 10 mm pieces, and then build piles of wood from them.

At the very top, I placed fragments of twigs with bark, split into four.





After the glue has dried, the whole thing can be painted.

I use the oil effects, I aged the wood and painted a little green bloom on the lowest layers.



After sticking to the buildings model, the stacks are as follows.





Online Dr. Zombie

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Re: [Tutorial] Teufelsberg, Piles of wood.
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2020, 09:03:41 AM »
Ohh, those look very very nice.

Thanks for the tutorial. I am going to have a go at making my own.

 

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