Friday, 17 May 2019

Waterloo 1815 in 54mm by Mark

Hi Dirk.
I thought I would send a couple more photos of figures.
I've not mentioned the scenery before, apart from the buildings I have made all of the scenery. The roads, trees and all the other bits and pieces. Making the scenery as actually a really enjoyable process. The roads were meant to be a modular set, but I used off cuts that I had lying around and just made it up as I went along, so it's not really modular after all. The trees are a hotch pot of bits from different manufacturers that have bonded well together to form pretty good trees and of a good height as well. The tall ones are mostly about 9/10 inches tall (20/25 cms). I was a bit obsessive and have ended up with about 80 of them. The price of the foliage I use has gone up considerably so I probably won't make anymore.
That's it for now.


  1. Great job on the trees and shrubbery! The greenery really makes the scene come alive. I must try bunching my trees like that, although I am torn because I like to keep things as modular as possible.

  2. The scenery and photography are stunning!

  3. Hi. You are probably right to keep things modular if you are wargaming. I don't so the placing of trees etc is for aesthetic reasons. Be a pain to actually fight with these trees as they would catch on arms moving across. If you want to know what I have used let me know as I think that they are pretty effective.