Some of the 48 terrain tiles (54x54cm) I built for a friend. Unfortunately I did not take pictures of every finished tile so some of these pics are of tiles in various stages of the build.

Their top side is what you see in the pictures. On the reverse side standard grass mats were applied so that my friend can have large open area’s on his table if he chooses so. Very versatile this way and exactly what he asked for.


Finished building a motte and bailey for someone who will not be named as his wife can’t know just yet :-). I kept it simple; no drawbridges, no small bushes and trees so basic ground covering etc to keep the cost down. I’m not a slow builder but it still took me about 30 hours to build this. Almost 2 days work went into cutting and placing the 800 BBQ sticks needed to build the palisade. Building and painting the buildings and especially crafting their roofs out of air-drying clay also took quite some time.

We catch the Norman knight, lord of this motte and bailey at the moment that he leads his few mounted men out against the band of marauders that are attacking his home while his small garrison of archers and crossbowmen keep them in cover.


Everything on these 10 (85cm x 60cm) boards was either scratchbuilt or 3D printed. It took over 250 hours to get it all done but I think it was worth it.

The boards are 6mm MDF with a layer of 4cm styrofoam on top. The contours of the terrain were then sculpted in Sculpta Mold and covered with a layer of plaster bandages for strenght. It then took an incredible amount of static grass, patience and real dirt from my garden to cover it all. The palissades are BBQ sticks, cut to size, sharpened at one end and then put in place one by one. The stream and the river are poured resin with Mod Podge gloss waves painted on. The castle, jetty, stable and bridges were made out of balsa wood, XPS foam and/or Foam Core. The various animals, the well, the archery targets and the boat were 3D printed. The tree is handmade with the twisted wires method. The outer sides of the boards are protected a by 2.5mm hardwood border.

Hope you like it!

Battle of the Golden SPurs 1302

I’m building a rather large terrainboard for a friend and I thought I show some pictures of it in its unfinished state.

It represents the terrain near Kortrijk (Belgium) where Flemish Town militias won a brilliant victory against French knights in 1302.

The entire thing is 3m by 1.7m and consists of 10 individual boards of 60cm by 85cm. Everything on it, except for the well and archery targets that were 3D printed, is scratchbuilt.

The ground work being done “all” I need to do now is pour a resin river and “landscape” the whole thing. 🙂

If you like this sort of thing come back often because as soon as it is finished I will post a ton of pictures here. Cheers.

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