One of the earliest terrain items I've created, after dungeon walls and some woods and rocks is winter terrain. Having often seen use, this terrain can be used in almost any genre and world; Marines invading arctic base of an evil mastermind, friends of Drizzt adventuring in Icewind Dale, An icy planet to be explored...
Rebels sneaking towards landed Lambda -class shuttle
Scratchbuilt Lambda -class shuttle is being loaded, when the rebels attack
A statue of a king that has stood on many battlefields. The statue has stood, that is, as it's one of my earlies terrain pieces. Btw, do you think it looks a bit familiar? Any idea why? Just think of it for a while...
Ok. It's D&D minis cloud giant, modified by adding the crown and switching the mace to a sword.
Here's a diorama I made for a competiton earlier, with some customized steampunk miniatures & scratchbuilt terrain.
"If there's a center to the universe, then you're on the planet that it's farthest from!"
-Luke skywalker, speaking of his homeworld Tatooine
Addition: I added a few WIP pictures of the buildings to the bottom of the post.
Most frequent question I get asked on gaming sites is about how I have created fire and smoke. Now I'm releasing a tutoral about this topic - while it's actually about creating starship wrecks, it will teach you how to model fire. Another page (coming soon) will show you applications of this technique.
How easy can a modelling project be? Death Star must be the easiest one I've done. Cutting the place for the super laser was perhaps the hardest part, after that I applied dyed filler-paste to the model, carved the center line and painted it. Not the most accurate model but works.