Before Christmas I asked Graham at Grimsforge to work on another couple of projects for me to round out the variety of buildings in my fringe-world setting. Along with some bigger pieces (more on those at a future date), I wanted a selection of smaller sheds and shacks that I could use as scatter or butt up against a larger structure to change its footprint.
|Grouped together the sheds make a nice little homestead.|
There are three different sheds, beautifully realised by Graham from my sketches:
As with the previous Grimsforge buildings, these are sturdily build on a hardboard base with a polystyrene core and card detailing.
I kept the painting fairly basic - the same standard grey I've used on most of the other buildings, plus plenty of grime and dust!
|The three sheds can also be butted up together to make a single row.|
|This shed features a floor hatch - access to an underground store or mine workings?|
|Is it a standard lock-up, or perhaps there are stairs descending.|
|A tiny single-roomed shack.|
After playing around with the sheds, I realised that some of them also work nicely as rooftop structures on some of the larger buildings. Really looking forward to getting them onto a table some time soon.