Meerkat den for wargaming

Meerkat den for wargaming

It is time for another piece of scenery. This time we are building a Meerkat den for Wargaming. I love colonial wargaming because of the nearly endless possibilities for terrain and scenery. As a result, most gaming tables for colonial wargaming look amazing. If you want to go the extra mile, you could add some special pieces to add even more flavor to your table. The … Show me more

Jungle terrain for wargaming

Jungle terrain for wargaming

Today I want to show you how to make jungle terrain for wargaming. I always prefer terrain pieces, which are useable for several occasions. So I decided to built pieces of different size and shape to add some variety to the table.   For the large and medium pieces, I used Styrodur as a base. After cutting the Styrodur in shape, I coated it using a … Show me more

How to build a modular river for wargaming

How to build a modular river for wargaming

For my Darkest Africa campaign I need some kind of modular river for wargaming. Especially for games like Pulp Alley a river offers some nice gameplay options. Bridges, crocodiles and shallow water also add some kind of fluff to the game. And you can’t have too much scenery in our hobby. So maybe you would like to check out our jungle tree tutorial as well. In the first step I … Show me more

How to build jungle trees for wargaming

How to build jungle trees for wargaming

I need a lot of terrain for my upcoming Pulp Alley campaign. I did some research on the internet. Inspired by Dr.Mathias tutorial, I made up a plan to build some jungle trees for wargaming. Building the base For the trunk I used some plastic tubes, instead of PVC pipes. The length of the tubes was just fine, so no sawing was required. I hot glued them … Show me more