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March 22, 2016

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Frostgrave Terrain- Second Work in Progress

by PeterG
Really glad I cut off the roof to insert another floor.

Really glad I cut off the roof to insert another floor. The deck is coming along nicely.

 

Once the third floor had been added I began working on the deck and exterior stairway in earnest.  Got in the new flooring quickly as well as the roof of the middle building.  The pass through on the far end got much of it’s exterior glued on and it’s floor in.  I know I’m going to regret not cutting open the windows on that building before I started gluing things together.  I want to build a covered stairway along it’s exterior side but that is still in the conceptual stages.  If I do it right I won’t have to actually make more stairs just the box they are inside.

 

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Just enough flooring to move miniatures along.

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Got the side and back of the pass-through attached so I could work on that floor as well.

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Back view of the Long Row.

 

To break up the front of the tall building on the long row I used the same stirring sticks as the floors on the exterior.  Of course I thought of that after attaching the balcony (sniper’s nest) so had to work around that.

 

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Going to be a great location to place a treasure token on.

Stairs installed along the

Stairs installed along the outside wall.

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Okay, this end is just about ready for paint.

 

The First Building is done and sealed.  Heck, at the time of this writing it is already put away in the big plastic box in the garage with the bridges and ladders.

 

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Nice result though the blank wall over the ground floor doorway might need a painting or sign or name…something.

Three usable levels though I should have added stairs. What? I like stairs.

Three usable levels though I should have added stairs. What? I like stairs.

 

 

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  1. Brian R Miller
    Mar 22 2016

    These buildings are looking amazing. Keep going! I’m looking forward to seeing these in person at Kublicon.

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