My Egyptian Hirst Arts molds arrived late last week and I’ve been slowing casting up a bunch of pieces for ruined 28mm Pulp Egyptian terrain.
These molds are different because the pieces all have a sandblasted texture, which will be interesting to paint but does mean the pieces aren’t quite as rich in surface texturing as usual.
Initially I’m not building anything large as I still have the gothic Cathedral in bits to finish yet! I will probably throw together a handful of small terrain pieces like this one to use as cover for a .45 Adventure demo game of “Quest for La Calavera Negra de la Luna“.
Out of curiosity I slapped one of the 15mm Palms down next to the Egyptian obelisk for a scale test. I think it looks fine next to 28mm terrain and figures.
Since these shots I’ve also applied ground texture and gravel effect. I’ve also broken the obelisk apart and done a bit of sanding and re-gluing because after I took these photos I noticed it wasn’t actually straight.
The whole lot is sitting in the garage primed at the moment, so hopefully I might get it painted up this weekend.