Friday, 4 September 2015

Ishoo Ninty-Ate: Italian Village House

It often seems like all fantasy wargames take place in Northern Europe, what with Warhammer's Empire and Bretonnia being set there, but there's really no reason Souther Europe shouldn't get a look in. Italy is popular with WW2 gamers, and played host to a whole lot of fascinating medieval happenings (and Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - which would make an awesome Mordhiem campaign!), and fortunately for all concerned, making an italian style house is so easy even a hippo could do it! Cue Grot!


































And there you have it hippo fans! You can quite easily modernise this for WW2 or modern scenarios by adding some signs and posters to the outside, and maybe some down-pipes and guttering.
Come back next ishoo to witness the greatness of Trollkin Huts, and don't forget to enter the TFH Annual Terraing Compometition which ends in less than a month!

3 comments :

  1. What do you use to cut the foamcore boards?

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    1. Foamcore is best cut with an extendable bladed craft knife. It dulls the blade fairly quickly, so you will probably need to snap sections off as you go on larger projects.

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  2. This is excellent Owen, Napoleonic skirmish, A couple of fully armoured Gendarmes or even some Orcses milling about near this building. You have set the creative juices flowing cheers.

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