Amera Mouldings and follows the same process as my last Amera pieces.
here) so out came the grey primer can and dark wash procedure. This piece has moulded vines trailing across it which I painted in green, but it looked a bit naff (especially compared to some of the great looking examples I've seen online) so I broke out my underused bag of moss (courtesy of Javis Scenics) and set to work covering the vine trails with a new layer (sprinkled with some loose clump). The splash of colour really helps lift it.
I liked the effect of this extra texture so added some as a climbing plant on the ruined church corner and a temple pillar as well (see earlier in this post). It's blooming frustrating stuff to get (pva) glued down but looks good when done. It'll also adds a nice and over grown look for using in future "Across The Dead Earth" games, which I have been feeling the pull of in recent weeks and hope to get off the ground maybe later in the year once I've taken a quick suitable figure stock count. but I digress...
All this has gotten me on a roll now, and I've already started on the last of my Amera purchases and re-purposing some other suitable bits and pieces, so the terrain tag will be used again in the not too distant future (holidays allowing!).