I have a fairly large 'resin' pile as well as respectable plastic and lead mountains.
I needed some terrain for a series of games and I had none to hand so I painted up some of the resin.
A nice little church (more likely called a kirk in my part of the world).
It is 6mm in size so is fairly dinky, the maker is unknown to me but I'm sure someone will come along and remind me.
It seems a little bit lost and forlorn by itself so I made a walled churchyard to accompany it.
I used some grey foamboard which I had lying about which is about 3mm thick. I squared off a chunk about 150mm by 150mm. I cut some walls and pillars about 10mm high from the same board, chewed them up a bit to add some character and scored in some surface detail.
I glued them down with a mix of contact adhesive and brushed on superglue (it works great) and then added some further detailing with gravel, sand and static grass.
I had incorporated a little platform made from steel paper just slightly larger than the footprint of the church model which has a layer of magnetic tape glue underneath.
I had also added a few gravestones.
Altogether they look like this.
Although it is 6mm sized it does not look out of place with Warmaster figures (nominally 10mm but actually about 12mm).
See what I mean?
It is perfect for 6mm Napoleonics.
And pretty good for 10mm WW2.
What do you think guys?