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Monday, October 2, 2017

Rock the Kasbah for the men who would be kings

Bedouin Kasbah 
Recently I have been putting together some test pieces for an Arab Kasbah for my Burning sands project. A Kasbah is normally a fancy hill fort with densely packed buildings. These pieces are not necessarily the best terrain I have ever made but the idea was to see if they could be done in mass and quickly. Overall they are okay But I am bit concerned the texturing filler may not be strong for gaming.
Simple building for a starter

Village work in progress








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A proper Kasbah


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3 comments:

Phil said...

Atmospheric pictures, lovely buildings!

Frank O'Donnell said...

What are you using for texturing mate ? I made buildings similar to does a few years back using cork tiles & tile adhesive for texturing & their still as good as the day I made them.

They look great btw.

Dakeryus said...

Thanks Phil.

@Franco,
I think I use tile adhesive :) the German text is a bit unclear. I got a new batch recently but it stinks, maybe tile adhesive goes of after some time?. Normally I mix it with PVA glue and a base colour to minimise any chipping that might happen later in life.

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