Took about 10 weeks of hard work, but I’m rather satisfied with the result. In the end, the 8×4 table was consolidated into a tightly packed 4×4 table – perfect for a skirmish game like Legend of the High Seas. The event organizer was please with the terrain & apparently the castle was a hit with the players.
Looking at the finished project, I would to add a few taller pieces. The jungle plants are nearly as tall as the castle structures – I’d like for the castle to break through the forest canopy. Guess that’s a project for next year.
Pirate Castle Series:
- Ruined Pirate Castle
- Its a Jungle out there
- Ruined Pirate Castle – layout
- Ruined Pirate Castle: paint list
Pirate Castle At Play:
- Cursed Treasures: Cursed Isle at Adepticon
- Plastic Legions: Give it up for the Pirates!!
#1 by John@plastic.legions on April 6, 2009 - 10:40 pm
Awesome…I saw it laid out on a 4 X 8 Glad to see it works either way..great job my friend!
#2 by MasterDarksol on April 6, 2009 - 11:00 pm
Amazingly detailed work, mate. It looks beautiful. 🙂
#3 by wildhermit on April 7, 2009 - 11:43 am
I think that looks amazing. I have “borrowed” some of your ideas and have been hitting the pet shop and craft shop hard. I have begun to add some nice pieces to my terrain set. Thanks for the inspiration… Keep it coming 🙂
#4 by Paul Chana on April 8, 2009 - 6:43 am
Amazing work dude!
#5 by David on April 8, 2009 - 7:15 am
That looks great! The only thing I could suggest would be to get a bit of green onto the table itself.
Also, a water feature, or even a whole edge of water would make sense too.
#6 by strangevistas on April 9, 2009 - 11:25 am
This looks outstanding.