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I painted one starter set from Modular Underground Project – 3D Dungeon Wargame Terrain. This plastic terrain is really cool and with some little work you can build unique and realistic looking dungeon. The set contains 10x10cm floor tiles and 6cm high walls. Some walls are solid and some have spaces that can be filled …

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After M4 Sherman painted some time ago, here comes M10 tank destroyer, also manufactured by Italeri in 1/56 scale. It’s good to paint something different than fantasy or s-f miniatures from time to time. Thanks to this I could practise airbrushing and weathering military vehicles, which is quite fun. I did not check any historical …

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I painted second building from Tabletop World – Cottage I. It also has removable roof and painted interior. Here are all of my Tabletop World terrain pieces together:

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Here is my first painted building from Tabletop World – Cottage II. It is really very detailed (just look at these barrels, buckets, ropes, etc), even though it is quite small. I used airbrush for applying basic colors, but there was a lot od space for brushwork painting all those cool details. It has removable …

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I painted some dungeon trash from Mantic Games. It is from their Terrain Crate sets. I have loads of such stuff so I will paint some more in future.

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Watcher from Kingdom Death: Monster board game. Some practice in object source lighting (OSL).

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