Tracking the Fight

As can be seen this base is a continuation of an another base previously posted. The interaction of the tank tracks was a nice clean and simple tie between them. Other than this the base is relatively straight-forward. I have used this piece to play with various static grass products; their presentation on the base coupled with the merging and mixing. Other than that the few rocks used are a combination of ballast and a great product made from cork.

There isn’t anything more I have to add, i’ve kept it simple as I have a tendancy to want to go over the top with every base. Is it my fault that they make those scale flowers look so fantastic? However I do agree with the principle that at times, less is more.

Thanks for viewing.

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1 Response to Tracking the Fight

  1. Beautiful figures. Just beautiful.

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