Licukily I happen to know the guy who made these, ModelMakerChris. Chris makes some of the most beautiful terrain you have ever seen. most of my desert village collection was built by Chris.
Anyway, I know that these were something stacked, I just didn't know what he used. So I emailed chris on the off chance that he would let loose the secret of these pieces. Lucky for me he did: ceiling tiles. Then, this weekend, Dave lent me one of his rock outcroppings. Dave and I frequently game together at MIGS, so he knows he'll get it back in decent time, and good condition.
So this evening i went down to the MIGS clubhouse in Hamilton, Ontario. MMIGS has 16 4x6 tables that are the perfect hieght for miniature gaming. They are also the perfect height for working on terrain while standing. Also, during the week nothing happens at MIGS, so it's the perfect place to work on large-ish terrain projects that can be completed and cleaned up after in a week.
Before: ceiling tiles(
During construction( figures shown for scale
purposes are 3 of my 28mm Front rank
Bavarians, converted to Baden, on a 60mm
After. One of Dave Hoyt's ModelMakerChris' Finished
products used as a template for finishing
I've only used up about Half my materials, so there will be a lot of these floating around the club.
If anyone is ever in the Hamilton area and would like to come down for a game, or a terrain workshop, post a comment and let me know. I'm finding myself with a lot of spare time lately(obviously), and I'm always up for gaming etc. with new people.