Barbarian tent

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Barbarian tent by Terrain4Print May 4, 2018


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This is two versions of a barbarian tent, one with some decorations on the outside and one without. Use for barbarians of all worlds. The cupola of stitched together hides are held up by wooden beams.
I print these with 5% infill.

The easiest method of painting them is to give them a light brown coat. Do several layers until it covers. Paint wooden details light gray. Give it a black wash (thinned paint). The tent is now battlefield ready. To make it more interesting, drybrush the whole tent lightly with light gray, this makes the seams stand out. Paint all the decorations with different colors. You can also paint the hides in different shades of brown and gray.

Mirror and scale the piece for more variation.

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These are great. I was trying to make something like this in tinkercad (I know I'm new) but couldn't figure out how to get the skins effect. Going to print some of these for my goblin hordes ;)

Thanks! I can say that the skin pattern was kind of easy, but the stitches are all by hand. It took some time sculpting them all individually. :-)

Wow cool, thanks for the work that you do :)

I hope you find good use for them. :-)