Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Terrain Tuesday: Winter Terrain for My Canadian Pulp Project 3 and Done

Quick post to make it under the wire for Terrain Tuesday, and calling it a wrap on my Lemax Christmas village trees and 4Ground rustic cabin. 

The cabin has a wonderful little porch with removable roof, which is handy as there isn’t quite room to fit a 28mm figure on the porch otherwise, let alone to see it.  I haven’t painted the cabin and not sure if I will.   There are other more important projects queuing on the bench. 

A dangerous standoff!

I’m hoping to tell the next instalment in The Rockies Ablaze soon, and this cabin will feature prominently, in which case I will dress the set with some Christmas village glitter snow.

Next on the Terrain Bench are some 6mm TImecast buildings for my Napoleonics project, and hope to have them done soon.

Cheers and blessings to your world building!



  1. The cabin can be used in a number of settings. Perhaps you could start a moonshine running operation in the backwoods of Kentucky?

  2. Every Mad Trapper needs a cabin!

  3. Great looking terrain. I’m sure that the mad trapper would leave the cabin unpainted but a dark wash would look great on the roof.

  4. Excellent, can’t wait for the next instalment. I have a very similar cabin for my AWI games, they are most versatile. By the way will you use Abba’s “Super Trooper” an introduction to the instalment?

  5. Very nice terrain and I like the "Mounties" too....a great uniform!

  6. The cabin looks very nice Mike, my only critique would be that in your everso snowy setting, it's rook seems to be bereft of even a single flake!


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