8 March 2012
The fact that I haven't really made any terrain (save a dozen or so craters) in a long (long!) while is part of it, and the terrain projects I did do back then were nowhere near as abitious as what I'm working on this time...
To try to work around the problem, I gathered the Pegasus Hobbies' Gothic Buildings bits I had left over after completing the basic structure to see if there was enough for a smaller side-project. You know... The ones you can do to test a few techniques and gather inspiration to be able to move forward with the main project.
Now - a couple of weeks later - the big ruin and the smaller building is nearly completed and ready for paint. I just need to fill the holes in the support coloumns and figure out some way to detail the large flat roof areas. Painting the buildings will have to wait a while even if I do manage to finish building and detailing though. It may be march, but spring is still a ways away.
At least that should give me time to build up a stockpile of buildt-but-unpainted stuff for when the temperature finally rises and the air humidity drops. In the mean time; here's a teaser pic and proof that Ørnulv isn't the only one working away on modelling projects.