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Warhammer Scenery & Terrain

Warhammer Scenery & Terrain

Warhammer Scenery & Terrain

Warhammer Scenery & Terrain
Quality warhammer scenery and terrain designed to be used for tabletop miniature games such as Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Warhammer 40K and Warhammer Ancient Battles. Sally 4th laser cut scenery is aimed at warhammer players who are looking for highly detailed and well designed terrain that has detailed and accessible interiors as well as great exterior detail.
Warhammer Scenery and Terrain
Warhammer Siege Castle Scenery and Terrain
Roads & Junctions – great terrain for Warhammer 40K
Warhammer sized MDF Figure Bases
Movement Trays – great for Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40K
Figure Boxes for storing Warhammer and Warhammer 40K miniatures.
28mm Warhammer Scenery and Terrain – Painting Stonework the Sally 4th Way
Over the months we have had a number of emails from interested customers wanting to know how we have painted the stonework on our medieval buildings, particularly our castle models. In 28mm scale individual blocks of stone are definable, so a different approach is needed compared to smaller scales.
After assembling building using PVA wood working adhesive the first stage of the process is to prepare the model building for undercoating. The laser cutting process leaves a burnt carbon residue on cut edges which can bleed through some paints, particularly acrylics, meaning that several coats would be needed to blend the edge in with the rest of the building. If you paint burnt edges with a cheap, slightly watered down PVA glue this will seal them and present a good keyed surface for painting.
Once all glue has dried, the buildings need to be undercoated or primed to give a good surface to work from. We have tried a number of different spray paints such as Games Workshop / Citadel and Army Painter Spray, but decided that for 28mm Medieval Castles Halfords spray primers gave the best results. It is important to spray in a well ventilated area, we do all of our spraying in an out building with the door open. It is also important to spray from all angles, to get a good even coverage, I stand the model building on a 18” piece of board to spray it so that it can be turned with out touching the model. 
Painting Warhammer Scenery
We have adopted a grey colour palette for all of the stonework on our 28mm medieval buildings and we wanted darker vertical surfaces and lighter horizontal surfaces. Most pieces, such as castle walls have horizontal and vertical surfaces that are covered with stonework. As there is so much stonework on a 28mm castle we wanted to have different coloured mortar to break up the stonework. First we sprayed the whole model black and then used masking tape and scrap paper to mask off horizontal surfaces so that they could be sprayed a cream colour. For this we used the Army Painter Boneyard spray which is the same shade as Games Workshop Bleached Bone.
The actual stone blocks are painted individually using acrylic paint from the Foundry Granite & Slate Palettes. Walls have been painted using Granite tones and courtyards and walkways are painted using Slate tones. We have found it easiest to work from lightest to darkest, so for the walls the first paint applied is Granite – Light. This paint flows better if slightly watered down, so take some from the pot and thin on a palette. Paint the stone blocks using a size 2 brush, with a reasonable point, as the blocks are deeply etched into the wall it is fairly easy to keep the paint within the lines. We want around a third of blocks in each tone, but medieval buildings do not want to look to uniform, so ensure that every now and again two or three blocks in a row are painted with the same tone. The rest of the blocks are then painted in using Granite and then Granite – Shade.
Weathering and Highlighting Warhammer Scenery and Terrain
The overall look of 28mm medieval buildings will be improved with some weathering and highlighting. We have used both dry and wet weathering effects. Dry weathering is achieved using artists acrylic pastels. The edge of a pastel is rubbed against the surface of the model building. This acts like sandpaper and leaves a powdery residue on the model. A large stiff brush is then used to spread the powder across the building. A black pastel can be used at the bottom of the building to suggest dampness and soot, brown can be used across the building to suggest an accumulation of dirt and grime. When you are happy with the effect that you have achieved, spray the building with a matt varnish to seal it in place. If the effect does not look right it can be removed by wiping with a damp cloth before it has been sealed. After the building has been sealed further wet weathering can be applied using glazes or watered down ink. We use a green ink glaze, painted on with a size 4 brush to suggest dampness in corners of buildings. When a pleasing finish has been achieved, spray the building with a light overall coat of matt varnish to protect the model. 
These techniques work very well for painting other wargames scenery and terrain, some of the techniques will be transferable to other scales.

Warhammer Scenery & Terrain


Quality warhammer scenery and terrain designed to be used for tabletop miniature games such as Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Warhammer 40K and Warhammer Ancient Battles. Sally 4th laser cut scenery is aimed at warhammer players who are looking for highly detailed and well designed terrain that has detailed and accessible interiors as well as great exterior detail.

 

Warhammer Scenery and Terrain

Warhammer Siege Castle Scenery and Terrain
Roads & Junctions – great terrain for Warhammer 40K
Warhammer sized MDF Figure Bases
Movement Trays – great for Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40K
Figure Boxes for storing Warhammer and Warhammer 40K miniatures.

 

28mm Warhammer Scenery and Terrain – Painting Stonework the Sally 4th Way

Over the months we have had a number of emails from interested customers wanting to know how we have painted the stonework on our medieval buildings, particularly our castle models. In 28mm scale individual blocks of stone are definable, so a different approach is needed compared to smaller scales.


After assembling building using PVA wood working adhesive the first stage of the process is to prepare the model building for undercoating. The laser cutting process leaves a burnt carbon residue on cut edges which can bleed through some paints, particularly acrylics, meaning that several coats would be needed to blend the edge in with the rest of the building. If you paint burnt edges with a cheap, slightly watered down PVA glue this will seal them and present a good keyed surface for painting.
Once all glue has dried, the buildings need to be undercoated or primed to give a good surface to work from. We have tried a number of different spray paints such as Games Workshop / Citadel and Army Painter Spray, but decided that for 28mm Medieval Castles Halfords spray primers gave the best results. It is important to spray in a well ventilated area, we do all of our spraying in an out building with the door open. It is also important to spray from all angles, to get a good even coverage, I stand the model building on a 18” piece of board to spray it so that it can be turned with out touching the model. 

Painting Warhammer Scenery


We have adopted a grey colour palette for all of the stonework on our 28mm medieval buildings and we wanted darker vertical surfaces and lighter horizontal surfaces. Most pieces, such as castle walls have horizontal and vertical surfaces that are covered with stonework. As there is so much stonework on a 28mm castle we wanted to have different coloured mortar to break up the stonework. First we sprayed the whole model black and then used masking tape and scrap paper to mask off horizontal surfaces so that they could be sprayed a cream colour. For this we used the Army Painter Boneyard spray which is the same shade as Games Workshop Bleached Bone.

 

The actual stone blocks are painted individually using acrylic paint from the Foundry Granite & Slate Palettes. Walls have been painted using Granite tones and courtyards and walkways are painted using Slate tones. We have found it easiest to work from lightest to darkest, so for the walls the first paint applied is Granite – Light. This paint flows better if slightly watered down, so take some from the pot and thin on a palette. Paint the stone blocks using a size 2 brush, with a reasonable point, as the blocks are deeply etched into the wall it is fairly easy to keep the paint within the lines. We want around a third of blocks in each tone, but medieval buildings do not want to look to uniform, so ensure that every now and again two or three blocks in a row are painted with the same tone. The rest of the blocks are then painted in using Granite and then Granite – Shade.

 

Weathering and Highlighting Warhammer Scenery and Terrain


The overall look of 28mm medieval buildings will be improved with some weathering and highlighting. We have used both dry and wet weathering effects. Dry weathering is achieved using artists acrylic pastels. The edge of a pastel is rubbed against the surface of the model building. This acts like sandpaper and leaves a powdery residue on the model. A large stiff brush is then used to spread the powder across the building. A black pastel can be used at the bottom of the building to suggest dampness and soot, brown can be used across the building to suggest an accumulation of dirt and grime. When you are happy with the effect that you have achieved, spray the building with a matt varnish to seal it in place. If the effect does not look right it can be removed by wiping with a damp cloth before it has been sealed. After the building has been sealed further wet weathering can be applied using glazes or watered down ink. We use a green ink glaze, painted on with a size 4 brush to suggest dampness in corners of buildings. When a pleasing finish has been achieved, spray the building with a light overall coat of matt varnish to protect the model. 
These techniques work very well for painting other wargames scenery and terrain, some of the techniques will be transferable to other scales.


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Laser cut kit to make Russian Farmhouse. Great for WW2 Eastern Front
£26.50 *
Delivery weight: 550 g

Stock level: 94 In stock
can be shipped within 2 days

Product no.: 28c_020

Reach any part of your castle walls with this exterior stone stairway.

The stairway is designed to work with any of our 20' castle wall models.

The height to the top of the stairs is 100mm.

The gap between steps has been set at just over 4mm which allows miniatures based on standard slotta bases, coins or 2mm mdf to be placed on steps, as shown in photograph.

This is an easy to assemble laser cut mdf kit, designed for 28mm or 25mm models.

The kit contains one stairway models and is supplied unpainted.

The only product you need to assemble this model is PVA Woodwork Adhesive.

Miniatures in photograph are Games Workshop Lord of the Rings Strategy Game Miniatures from my personal collection and appear to show the scale of the model.

Miniatures are not included.

£6.00 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 94 In stock

The Castle Forge is a stone built castle interior building with a tiled roof and thatched porch. The tiled roof is removable to enable figure placment within the two rooms of the Forge. Pre cut fabric is supplied to form the thatched roof. This is an easy to assemble laser cut mdf kit, designed for 28mm or 25mm models. The kit is supplied unpainted. The only product you need to assemble this model is PVA Woodwork Adhesive. Miniatures in photograph are from Frank Hammonds, Homage to Westeross Range from my personal collection and appear to show the scale of the model. Miniatures are not included.

£15.95 *
Delivery weight: 300 g

Stock level: 91 In stock

Product no.: 28c_022

Assault your enemies ramparts with the Sally 4th Siege Tower!

The height to the top of the siege tower is 220 mm

Model features hinged ramp, ladder to rear and 4 stories to hold your assaulting troops. Top floor has space for 8-9 archers to fire down on to castle walls.

£21.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 26 In stock

Product no.: 28c_023

Protect your Crossbowmen with the Sally 4th Wheeled Siege Mantlets!

Kit to construct 2 x wheeled siege mantlets

£5.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 75 In stock

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Protect your Longbowmen with the Sally 4th Wheeled Siege Mantlets!

Kit to construct 2 x wheeled siege mantlets

£5.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 57 In stock

Product no.: 28c_025

Batter down walls and gates with the Sally 4th Siege Penthouse!

Kit to construct one 28mm scale Penthouse with optional Battering Ram

£7.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 72 In stock

Product no.: 28c_026

Increase the defensive value of your castle walls with Sally 4th hoardings

Kit to construct one 28mm scale length of hoarding for Longbowmen.

£7.95 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 496 In stock

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Increase the defensive value of your castle walls with Sally 4th hoardings

Kit to construct one 28mm scale length of hoarding for Early Crossbowmen.

£7.95 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 496 In stock

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Increase the defensive value of your castle walls with Sally 4th hoardings

Kit to construct one 28mm scale length of hoarding for Crossbowmen.

£7.95 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 487 In stock

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Increase the defensive value of your castle walls with Sally 4th hoardings

Kit to construct one 28mm scale length of hoarding for Handgunners.

£7.95 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 497 In stock

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Approach your enemies walls safely using a covered way.

Kit to construct one 28mm scale Covered Way with removable roof

£5.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 83 In stock

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Protect your siege lines with wooden palisade fencing.

Kit to constructs two section of 100mm long palisade fencing.

£3.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 55 In stock

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Advance your siege engines over a wooden roadway to your enemies walls.

Kit contains two sections of wooden roadway 100mm wide, 90mm long

£3.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 96 In stock

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5 Siege Ladders and a Battering Ram (28mm scale)

£5.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 385 In stock

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Kit to make a wheeled siege ladder (28mm scale)

£7.50 *
Delivery weight: 110 g

Stock level: 471 In stock

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