These are all scenery pieces for fantasy or medieval/dark ages games that I've painted. None of this is scratch built, it's all commercially available.
To begin with, some resin buildings made originally by PMC and now available from Caliver Books. These are quite rough mouldings and have a lot of fairly solid flash on them. Because of the subject matter though I didn't try to clean much of it off. I don't mind if these buildings have a few extra lumps and bumps.
All the buildings come apart in sections to allow miniatures to be placed inside.
Some lovely statues from Thomarillion which I got via Kickstarter. I spent quite a bit of time deciding how to paint these and finally decided on old and grungy as they're primarily going to be used in dungeons or ruins.
This mausoleum I did make. In fact, it was the first bit of terrain I ever made. It's based around a biscuit tin because back in 1992 I couldn't even make basic shapes from scratch, all I could do was find stuff and re-purpose it.
A couple of Ian Weekley pieces in the original light expanded foam that I bagged at Colours this year for £4.00 each.
A pair of Hovels churches.
Some Hovels fruit.
A 3D printed Wizard's tower.
A set of Scotia Grendel beds. These are lovely pieces but the moulds are shot and there's a lot of in-fill and flash.
A very versatile set of ruins from Games Workshop, not a skull in sight!.
These are some lovely pieces made from extruded polystyrene by Art Jeremiah. I don't use extruded polystyrene myself so I prefer to buy things rather than make them when it comes to items like these.
There's a set of six blood-stained chaos standing stones and a set of ten piles of rubble. Both these sets were very reasonably priced.
Some disturbing scenery and a creature from WilhelMiniatures.