This is a tutorial-ish on how to do teddybear terrain.
First up the raw materials.
|beginning to take shape|
overnight to cure.
Once dry, again give it a good brush to remove any clumps. I then took it back inside and painted the roads. I used a cheap brownish acrylic availble in most hobby stores. This was then heavily dry brushed. Once this has dried, go back over your fur and trim any bits that need attention ie fields or clumps of grass that appear too long.
Of course, now I have a new terrain mat, we had to have a game on it. Come Monday night we had a cracking game of Dragon Rampant. Suffice to say, I thought it looked pretty good. Here are a few in-action shots: