In this post, I’ll show you how to make your own rocky outcrops, hills, crags, cliffs for use in your table top war games using readily available materials such as cardboard and plaster cloth. I’ll also share the paint recipes used so you can paint yours the same if you wish. Find out how in this guide.
This tutorial assumes you have an understanding on how to use tools such as jigsaws and hot glue guns. With each picture includes the corresponding instructions. You’ll find a list of all the materials, tools and paints used in this tutorial at the end of the post.
How to make and paint Rocky Outcrops Wargame Terrain
Materials, Tools and Paints you will need for this tutorial:
- 4mm thick plywood
- Corrugated box card
- Packing paper / Newspaper
- Plaster cloth roll
- Large water bowl
- Decorating filler
- PVA glue
- Jigsaw or coping saw
- Hotglue gun
- Old large paint brushes
- Varnish spray
- White Undercoat spray can
- Karak Stone (or a Khaki spray can)
- Balor Brown (or a sand colour spray can)
- Stormvermin Fur
- Uhabti Bone
If you need to expand your paint collection to follow the tutorial, check out our partner stores Wayland Games and Element Games, which offer an amazing range of paints at a discount.
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