Terrains – Zen Terrain / City

Hello!

Terrains from ZEN Terrain manufactory fell into my hands again. Some of the smallest buildings, a motorcycle bar and two larger houses.

The quality of workmanship of the parts is on a really good level. The elements come to us packed in cardboard packaging, the instructions are quite clear and the parts are perfectly cut out.

Assembling is easy and each element fits the other. Compared to Tabletop Scenics, these are rather simple, uncomplicated solids with an average number of details.

Painting was based on the application of two layers of primer (black + grey), which prevented fading of the proper color. Thanks to this it was possible to obtain quite vivid colours.

I invite you to see the photo gallery below.

Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

2 Responses

  1. Jacob J

    It looks very nice!
    Did you treat with shellac or similar first?
    Was the primer from rattle cans or airbrushed polyurethane?
    How did you get the orange to cover so well over grey?

  2. minisforwar@gmail.com

    Hey!

    Thank you for comment Jacob 🙂

    1. “Did you treat with shellac or similar first?”

    No, just acrylic primer from Vallejo.

    2. “Was the primer from rattle cans or airbrushed polyurethane?”

    Airbrush – Vallejo Surface Primer Black and later Vallejo Surface Primer Grey

    3. “How did you get the orange to cover so well over grey?”

    Vallejo Grey Primer is almost the same colour as Vallejo White Primer. Really small difference in colour but grey offers much better coverage. You need only one/two coats of grey vs three/four of white.

    I used Vallejo Game Air – Hot Orange as a base.

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