Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Vintage car

Just a short post today with a little terrain piece for the gaming table. A vintage car I printed with my 3D printer. Unfortunately the print wasn't 100% perfect so I decided to turn it into a terrain piece with the addition of a dust cover draped over it to hide the flaws. A cat lounging on the bonnet rounded things off nicely. Should make for nice piece of scatter terrain in games set in the SCW and WW2.





Have a nice week!

17 comments:

  1. Looks excellent in person and on your blog!

    Christopher

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  2. Excellent! The lounging cat is a great addition :)

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  3. That's so cool Nic! Agree with Tamsin, the cat is the perfect addition to tie everything together.

    How did you do the dust cover?

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  4. Turned out very nicely with the tarp, Nick. Clever use of an otherwise flawed model.

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  5. Looks superb, excellent work!

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  6. That is just the best thing I have seen for a long time, it would look perfect parked up in an abandoned Schloss' courtyard. ;)

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  7. Adding the drap and the cat makes this an excellent terrain piece. It's the small details that maketh the piece. :)

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  8. Crumbs Nick, that's absolutely marvellous! Atmospheric and beautifully painted too.
    Cheers
    Matt

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  9. Lovely characterful piece, the cats great and the tarp is excellent!
    Best Iain

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  10. What a great looking piece of scatter terrain. The cat is brilliant

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  11. Great idea to rescue the failed 3D print job and turn it into something else. I need something like that for my French garage.

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