You can use this guide to make:
- Rocks Floating in Lava
- Mountainous Terrain
- Shattered ground
- A Base
- Hobby/Craft Knife
- PVA Glue
- Additional Basing Supplies (Optional!)
|Base of choice.|
|Lightly cut several lines into the base.....|
|.....Until it looks something like this.|
|Square foot of cork-board.|
[Thickness by preference.]
|Break off a piece of the sheet.|
[It is important to note that; depending on the result you are going for, you may, or may not, want to be precise with your cuts, for this example, we aren't going to worry about it.]
|Break off a piece roughly the size of your base.|
|That looks good.|
|Break the chunk down into pieces that you think look good.|
|Dry-fit the pieces on the base before gluing to find the look that you want.|
|As long as it isn't too runny, you can dab the glue straight onto the base.|
You don't need to cover the entire base with glue unless you plan on doing it the same way that I did.
[I put just slightly more glue then I needed in the above picture.]
|Grab some of your preferred material.|
["Counts As" gravel in this case.]
|Fill the gaps of the base with your preferred material.|
[Some people prefer to do the "pinch'n'sprinkle" technique.]
[I'm a fan of the "throw-the-whole-thing-into-the-tub" technique.]
Step Five: Done.
|And now it's ready for priming.|
I hope this guide helps!
~If you end up using this guide, send me a picture! I love seeing other peoples work.
~Know how to do it better? Post it in the comments.
~Painted in part 2.