Tuesday, 10 August 2010

How to make 6mm or 10mm forests that look amazing....

I recently saw a link to a pdf which details a very nice way of making forests suitable for 6mm, 10mm or even 15mm. And the great part is that it is both cheap and seems to give an amazing result:

I will definately be trying the method in the future and it also reminded me to get some of that excellent Woodland scenics turf - my terrain could really do with some random detailing.
Anyways the link (EDIT NEW LINK: http://architectsofwar.com/Howto/forests.pdf) and links to a nice page called "Architects of War" - well worth checking out.

Oh and here's a brilliant painting that I don't wnat to forget about again :-):
By William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) - Dante And Virgil In Hell (1850)

Best regards,


  1. Hi Kasper - what an awesome blog! I've referenced my local wargame group to it. Hoping to get thim interested in 10mm. Your site is a good introduction.

    I was disappointed that the link to the "make your own trees" article seems broken above. Any chance you have the PDF?

  2. Howdy Midloo - really glad you liked the blog and if there is anything I can dot o help you and your friends get into the only true scale, let me know.
    The above "how to" article may be found at this link:
    I'll edit the blogpost immediately.
    All the best,

  3. do you have another link, the above ones seem to be defunct.


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