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A cart

February 1, 2016

As part of the scatter terrain for my pirate town, I just finished a wrecked cart by Ainsty:

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The piece has plenty of things I love. It’s nicely detailed, crisply cast, takes paint something wonderful and I got it to look fairly nice with near minimal effort. I painted the base to match the pirate board and glued in some tufts of grass to make it look like it has been stuck in the ground for a while.

This was a quick little piece but makes for a good addition to my table. The inside of the cart is big enough to place goods or a miniature there, so that’s an added bonus. At ¬£5, this is a bargain, and I got it for even less during Ainsty’s latest sale. Go on, get one! You won’t regret it.

Comments welcome as always!

 

6 comments

  1. Good shout, thanks mate! That would look good in a range of settings…

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    • Thanks Alex! The generic style certainly makes it more appealing, as it will most likely see use in most games apart from the most scifi romps.

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  2. That’s surprisingly appealing.

    Good job.

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    • Cheers! It turned out quite effective for what it is.

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  3. Very versatile. Good basing a nice paintjob, what’s not to love?

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    • Thanks! It’s such a nice model, that it was really easy to achieve a pleasing finish. Everyone should have one!

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