More of a Just Assembled than a Just Made page update this time as most of the stuff featured here was bought, then painted and based by me as opposed to the scratch built scenery I usually post here.
First up are these great looking cornstalks from JTT which I have based up and added to my growing collection of ACW terrain. JTT also produce a similar pack of dry/dead cornstalks that look just as good as what is pictured here. Although (for me) these are a little bit pricey they do look much better than my attempt at home made cornstalks. I decided to mount these on 40mm round bases instead of the large square basing system I used for my home made fields. The round bases give good ground cover and are a lot easier to re-arrange when moving figures through the field.
Below the cornfields are a few photos of two resin buildings I recently picked up from Hovels 28mm ACW range. These houses (catalogue numbers 19AC and 40AC) will also work well in any of the wild west or French Indian war games I occasionally play. They both came unpainted and 40AC did require some assembly. Following the houses are the latest scratch built trees I’ve managed to knock out. I now have quite a collection of large trees and plan to start working on some mid sized trees in the near future.
Lastly are some perry brothers/Renedra plastic picket fences I’ve had sitting in a box for a year or two. After dry brushing these fences with various shades of white I gave the whole fence a good coat of Citadel’s Nuln-Oil before dry brushing the tops of the fence white again. I really like the shadow effect the Nuln-Oil has left on the bottom of these picket fence sections.