|Log bunkers. Not sure that the flock works though.|
Next up are two bridges which are the first 6mm terrain items I ever made, probably in the early 1990's when I started getting into 6mm in a big way. Back then there was very little 6mm terrain to be had, and in any event I didn't have a lot of cash to splash. They are for general pre-mechanised era games and still see a lot of action. Construction is matchsticks and card.
|Two versions of the one bridge - before and after a heavy traffic day|
More recently I needed some ruined buildings so it was out with the cereal package card and the trusty matchsticks plus some model railway ballast. Floors were printed using MS Paint.. The floor plan is based on the block of terraced cottages I grew up in. We lived in the right hand end house. It seemed bigger when I was a child!
|They looked better in reality, with roofs and everything|
The sand dunes are the latest thing I have completed, they are primarily for DBA use. The dune shapes are from Milliput and textured with basing sand. I'm not fully happy with them to be honest as the dunes should be 'thicker' in cross section with a longer downwind slope, but they will do for now.
My favourites are the bridges, because they work as well for 2mm as for 6mm and they can cover a long period of history. Which probably accounts for their gaming longevity and frequent use.