I believe that anybody can make beautiful terrain or paint miniatures to a high standard given time and aptitude. Unfortunately time is always scarce and some enjoy gaming much more than scratch building terrain or meticulously painting elaborate free hands on shields and robe hems.

This is where this service comes in. My focus is on high quality, small-scale projects for other wargaming enthusiasts. If you hate painting, but would like a nicely painted army drop me a message using the Contact page. The same applies if you have an idea for some stunning terrain piece, but you don’t have the time to see it through.

If you are interested have a look around my blog. All you see and much more can be created tailored exactly to your specifications. Take your time and assess if you like my painting style and if the terrain pieces I create are what you are looking for. The tutorials give you an estimate of the work that goes in each piece and also give you an idea how long it takes to create a similar project you might have in mind.

I am happy to paint miniatures and create terrain for any scale, even though I have the most experience in 15mm and 28mm scale.

If you much rather would like to purchase a more simple made-to-order piece, may it be a hill, dungeon dressings or painted miniatures, then watch this space, as I will set up a store with one-off pieces in due course.

However, enough talk and let some pictures speak.


Naturalistic wargaming trees that look almost like the real deal start at 65NZD (28mm scale, small tree, 10cm tall, with textured bark and MiniNatur foliage).


The finished module. The self-adhesive film provides a nice finish and should - in future modules - form a perfect edge.
This highly detailed crypt module measuring 27cm x 27cm takes many hours to complete (have a look at the four part tutorial for some close ups). Such a project starts from 200 NZD per module, depending on complexity and level of detail.
Carthaginian Field Camp, 15mm, DBX, FoG
Do you fancy a little diorama? This 15mm Carthaginian field camp can be used with FoG, DBA or just as a decorative piece.
wargamign terrain, oak tree, scenic base, tutorial, realistic bark
Gnarled oak trees are only one of the many possibilities. Birch trees? Hazel bushes? All can be created.
wargamign terrain, oak tree, scenic base, tutorial, realistic bark
Highly realistic bark textures are no problem.
wargamign terrain, pine tree, olive tree, scenic base, tutorial, magnetised, hill
This magnetized hill allows easy removal of trees.

wargamign terrain, scenic base, tutorial, magnetised, hill

Sand Dune, Barchan Dune, 15mm, 28mm
Desert dunes or dry lake beds are not a problem either.
Snow Terrain, 28mm, 15mm, Frozen Lake, snow covered barren tree
It is cold in here or is it me?
Wargaming terrain, mediterranean, olive grove, pine trees, lake, hills, swamp,15mm, 28mm
Wheat fields, trees, fences, lakes, hills…whatever it is you look for, there is a good chance I am happy to create it. Prices will depend on complexity, size and materials used.



Celtiberians, 15mm, Corvus Belli, Field of Glory, Trees, Wargaming, MiniNatur,
15mm Corvus Belli and Xyston Iberians and Celtiberians.
A good example for some very elaborate basing. The miniatures are 15mm Corvus Belli Iberian Caetrati
Banat-Grenzinfanterieregiment No. 1. Photo: Author.
I am also a fan of the Seven Years War. These Eureka 18mm miniatures deserve a nice paint job to bring out the detail of these superb sculpts.
Feature Image
Khael Stonekindle and Bailey Silverbell by Reaper Miniatures are some excellent figures and would fit well in any RPG campaign of yours.
Hagen Miniatures, The Four musketeers, The three musketiers, 28mm, wargaming, miniature
This Hagen Miniatures musketeer features a scenic base complete with olive tree, wall and chicken.

scenic base, soil, mediterranean, chicken, MiniNatur

Intricate free hands are not a problem, nor are conversions. Here the hair and the spear were added to Goldar the Barbarian by Reape Miniatures (WIP).
conversions, 28mm, staff, braids, green stuff, copper wire,
A cloak, a new staff, braided hair…you name it, it can be done.

If you are now interested in using my service feel free to send me an Email using the Contact page for a terrain project quote or price list for my miniature painting service. I am based in New Zealand, but very happy to ship world-wide and committed to make sure your project arrives safely.

Every project is different, but in general I believe that good communication and transparency throughout the process is important. After you send me an inquiry I will give you a quote and fixed price for the project at hand as well as an estimate how long it will take me to complete it. You can then decide if I am the right guy for the job. Depending on the scale of the project a deposit might be necessary before work begins. During the process I will keep you updated with WIP pictures. After your final approval your project will be shipped.

If you have any further questions regarding the service please drop me an Email.




Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Miniature painting, wargaming terrain tutorials, reviews, interviews and painting guides