I'm of the opinion that any gaming area cannot have enough of this kind of scatter terrain. It serves two purposes - cover for enhancing gameplay, and increased visual realism of the setting. So I pulled out a variety of crates from my pending box, daubed away!
|The white crate is GW plastic, as is the canister. The orange one is resin - possibly Ainsty?|
The crates are a mixture of Games Workshop plastics from the Battlefield Accessories set, and resin pieces (mainly from Daemonscape I think). I chose the same orange, white and blue colour palette I've been using for the Orange Star Line corporation I've been assembling.
|The rectangular ammo box is GW, the canisters and square blue crate are Daemonscape resin.|
The painting approach was exactly the same as my recent vehicles and earlier crates - base colour, wash, weathering with blister foam, done!
|Two more Daemonscape crates with a pair of barrels from Zinge Industries.|
|The whole group. Some of the items got some little warning labels - open with caution!|
|The warehouse crew loaded up the latest shipment.|
Not bad for 2 hours worth of mindless painting in front of the TV!