From the Shed: More bits of scatter terrain… a cache and more tank traps.

Another quick post today. Been working on more bits of scatter terrain which will probably end up being mostly used for Zone Alfa. They are enjoable to paint and are ‘quick wins’ in terms of getting things finished. All of these bits were printed on my 3D printer.


First up we have an ammo cache… abandoned some where in the Zone it will make a nice objective marker.


I printed out some more of the tank traps too but this time I based them up and made them a little more over grown. It should make for a bit ofย  hard cover in the game.





23 comments on “From the Shed: More bits of scatter terrain… a cache and more tank traps.

  1. myincubliss says:

    They look great!

  2. These look outstanding Pete! Great work on the weapons from the Zone:) Really like the Anti tank Dragonโ€™s teeth. I need to get one of those Printers:)
    Take care my friend Stay Safe

  3. Jeff Groves says:

    Very nice, Pete! I’m impressed with what you can make with your printer.

  4. Nice work dude, they look great ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ‘

  5. Cool Pete. Very well done

  6. patmcf says:

    Love them Pete, especially the ammo cache !

  7. Excellent stuff. Love the tank traps. I am really going to have to try that variate grass look. I tend to blob glue and toss on one colour of static grass. Did you glue one colour, wait to dry then glue on a second grass tone?

    • Pete S/ SP says:

      Thanks. Yeah you’ve got it. If you use tack glue rather than PVA you can work quicker too. I added some tufts for extra variation as well.



  8. Great tip on the static grass. Really nice work all around Pete.

  9. Azazel says:

    These alll look great as well! ๐Ÿ™‚

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