Buildings are probably the most appealing terrain projects but can also be quite daunting. The trick is to start with simple projects and get more sophisticated as your skills improve.
An experimental piece by Andy Slater
An idea for making alien tents/buidings from fizzy drink bottles.
by Gary James
|Art Deco Factory|
Neals factory, before he turned it into a ruin.
|Art Deco Factory - Ruined!|
Before and after pictures of Neal Crankshaws factory
|Art Deco Mausoleum|
An unusual piece with a rather tricky groin vault roof.
by Jeffe Koppe
A 7th grade school project to make a hobbit hole
Andy (Anmatr) Nelson's competition winning tower.
|Bunker - Bouda Style|
An Imperial Bunker based on a real military bunker.
by Gary James & Nik Katsabas
|Bunkers From Plaster|
Ariss casts bunkers from a chocolate box.
by Robert Spears
by Joshua Qualtieri
Craig Hardt explains how to make ruins from corrugated cardboard in this 4 part article.
|Catholic Church in 28mm Scale|
Sam Balmond show us how to do your school work and make wargames terrain at the same time.
Kaarem made this comms tower from junk.
A three part article by Troy Wilcoxon
|Elven Autumn House|
One of the most beautiful pieces I have seen - Andy
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