In anticipation of a new terrain build - 15mm interiors something along the lines of Tiny Solitary Soldiers - here are a few pieces of scatter cover. First up, three plastic trees. These are repainted Toob Trees primed black and dry brushed up.
The bases of the trees are fortification pieces from the old game, "Shogun" or "Samurai Swords". They have been flipped over and filled with a sand/white glue mix. The colored spots are supposed to be flowers.
|The bottom row of pieces make great planters.|
These boring old cylinders were free, but they have an interesting source. They are small vented tubes that contain desiccants. Pharmacists put them into packages of drugs to keep them moisture free. I went down to Walgreen's, a major drugstore chain here in the US of A, and sweet talked the pharmacist into parting with a small handful for my son's "science project". That seemed a lot more likely to work than having to go through the whole wargames-or-model-railroad song and dance. It worked, too. That nice ol' gal gave me a half dozen for free.
As always, the major dytsopian corporation that runs everything in my games is Buy N' Large. They have a bright, recognizable logo that is easy to paint at almost any scale. My interior terrain is likely going to be bright and airy with clean white walls and plenty of robots.
All figures in this post are 15mm.co.uk figures with head swaps.