The section contains articles about many small items such as fences, ladders, barrels and rubbish piles, but it also includes larger projects that don't fit well into any of the other sections e.g. LuMi's Alien Polyps, Stephan's sphinx and Savatore's awesome warpgate.
|Abyssal Audience Hall|
dragonflies7033 carves foam to create a lair for a demon.
Alien terrain from fizzy drinks bottles.
by Gary James
by Craig Hardt
|AT-AT on Ice|
dragonflies7033 toppled AT-AT lies in a snow drift.
A simple project by Froggy the Great that suggests a number of possibilities
A variety of methods for modelling barbed wire.
pescadormarco's quick and easy method for making barricades.
|Barriers with Spikes|
Craig Hardt shows us how to make some lethal medieval barriers.
by Zec Vigil
Chris Gosling employs some superb artwork and simple electronics for his billboard.
|Books & Scrolls|
Abaroth shows us how to create books and scrolls
|Bottles, Pots & Urns|
How to make bottles, pots & urns
Snitchthedog shows us how to make some superbly detailed cannon.
Maenoferren's tomb, barrow, crypt, cave, home in the hills.
jedion357 shows us how to make cogs for use on steampunk terrain.
A simple technique for creating piles of concrete rubble.
|Cookie Cutter Doors|
Phil Arkell uses home made cookie-cutters to make 15mm scale doors.
|Crashed escape pod|
by Dave Capon
|Crates - Futuristic|
Craig Hardt makes futuristic looking crates from scraps of wood.
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