This ruined chapel started
as a porcelain "Christmas Village" cathedral decoration. Porcelain
is extremely hard to work with, but the detail level, architectural style,
and approximate scale make decorations such as these a good starting point
for Mordheim terrain. Using techniques described in the Mordheim
How-To page , I was able to turn it into the ruined building you
This shows the (relatively unmodified) front of the Chapel building.
Most of the colors are the original paint on the Christmas Village piece,
enhanced with dark brown washes and some drybrushing to highlight the edges.
Check out the links below for shots of more converted Porcelain
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RUINED HOUSE 1
RUINED HOUSE 2
HEAD ON VIEW
aerial shot shows two houses side by side. Note that both of these
pieces have a tunnel running through the middle- I built out the bridging
section of the building with a level floor (originally curved) to ensure
models could move between the two sections inside. Split levels and
bridging sections allow you to have interiors at different heights without
having to expose two floors directly above one another.
For more medieval urban decay, be sure to check out the
Mordheim How-To page
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