Tony Harwood has produced two books on the art of making wargames terrain and he features here on Alternative Armies pages on a regular basis with his scratchbuilt structures for his Flintloque collection. Tony was inspired by the newly released Dogmen of Pudigrochumsberg last week and as a result he has created a building for them!
The article is in two parts and I suggest reading them in order. The first part is HERE and the second part is HERE. There are many images and a lot of 'in construction' shots and tips if you want to try your own hand at making this piece at home.
I think as I always do with Tony's work that it is a lovely piece of terrain. Great construction, fab colours and a lovely finish. Makes me a little jelous actually! Only kidding. Having the skill to create miniatures and terrain is not open to all of us. After all I just weave the words into a world and that suits me. My favourite aspect of the barn is the bone over the door it just sets the whole building off nicely.
You can find the brand new page on our website for the Pudigroan Dogmen HERE and if you want to learn more about them just search our blog using the tag for Pudigrochumsberg. We currrently have Line Infantry and Casualties released and there will be news soon on the next code for October expanding this new army even more!
Thanks for Reading.