Friday, August 10, 2012

Painted Pegasus Hobbies Gothic City Terrain

I got around to painting my Pegasus Hobbies Gothic City Terrain pieces. It was a pretty simple and quick paint job. I first primed everything in black. Then I did a heavy drybrush using dark gray craft paint and a cheap 1" wide brush from the hobby store, followed by a lighter drybrush using a lighter gray color. This turned out pretty well, and I just had to paint a few details. The biggest was painting all the window bars and the metal parts on the door (and lantern/torch fixtures) in Tin Bitz followed by a drybrush of Boltgun Metal to give it an old, rusted metal look.  I painted the tops with Burnished Gold, which took a few coats to cover completely. Then there were just a few other details, like the wood of the door and floor supports, the fire on the torches, and the light of the lanterns.  Here are the results.

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And here are some pictures with the pre-painted Pegasus Hobbies Gothic Rubble sets and some other terrain strewn about on my gaming board.

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There are some big blank spaces on the shorter internal wall pieces. I'm thinking about applying some waterslide transfers I have that there are just a bunch of text. Some devotional things put up on the wall or something. What do you think? Do those sections look too empty? And if so, what should I put there?

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