After the excellent first volume "Building Wargame Terrain" Tony Harwood has released the follow-up book: "More Wargame Terrain" with more articles on how to create top quality terrain for the tabletop.
From the Outside: Production ValueThis perfect bound, full colour soft-cover book has a total of 118 pages from front to back. The layout and production is pretty much the same as the first book so nothing new to explain here.
|The table of contents for More Wargame Terrain|
Inner Values: Articles and TutorialsThere are eight articles that show a wide variety of techniques and tips: Creating and painting thatched roofs, Spanish canal roofs, woodwork, stonework and lots more. They work both as tutorials for recreation and as a source of inspiration of how to use leftover stuff as well as dedicated materials to create terrain.
My personal highlight is the last article of the Large Town House: This is the kind of house that I admire from the buildings Tony did for GrandManner.
"More Wargame Terrain" is the logical next step after "Building Wargame Terrain". The buildings and techniques become more complex. From scratch-building to painting tips there is something there for every wargamer interested in creating buildings for the tabletop. With my own scratch-built buildings awaiting me for my Port of Gierburg gaming board I am happy to have this book in my tool box.
For order information about the book, visit Tony Harwood's blog.
Update: Also check out João Sousa's review of the book!