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Terrain Crafting Kick: Part III

Yet more crafts, continued from Part II.

I wanted to make more outdoor walls and terrain features, things I can use for road encounters, forests, manors, and towns. I used a handful of falling block game pieces to blue together a mold that I experimented with. By using cellophane, I could pour in rocks or moss with glue to make a sturdy wall.

Hedgerows with sphagnum moss, aquarium pebble, and flocking.

I tried some variations with adding sand and glue as a sort of grout/mortar. I also tried ones using wood chips instead of pebbles.

That’s all I’ve got made for now, but I’m currently working on a semi-modular dock/scaffold system, palisades, and a couple miscellaneous items.


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