The aim here is to produce a cheap, useful bit of terrain without it spending months on the craft table like all my other projects do.
I am loosely basing this (very loosely) on the Tikal Temple II in Northern Guatemala.
So, the basic structure (sans stairs) has been constructed our of heavy corrugated cardboard. I'm pondering how to manage the summit shrine - partly because I've not allowed enough space - but in the mean time am wanting to get the main exterior finish sorted.
Here's how it looks at the moment:
|28mm miniature to give a sense of scale.|
The role of this bit of terrain is just to be a serviceable bit of pulp terrain - so it does not need a refined finish. The other criteria, is to continue with the 'no cost' strategy!
I'll post more pictures as it progresses.