[Spirit Island]
Cities

To finish the models, I layered several different flock types/colours from Woodland Scenics to the base.

Here is a game board with lands with the exact same content; on the left are the models from the game, on the right the ones I painted.


[Spirit Island]
Cities

The models were smoothed into the bases with filler, then the white filler was painted brown and drybrushed earth.


[Spirit Island]
Cities

The cities were washed with oil paints.

I used a thin wash of green near to the ground to represent moss, then brown over that and a little bit higher up to represent mud splatter, and finally black everywhere where I thought I needed some more definition.

Then the models were glued to the poker chips.


[Spirit Island]
Cities

The cities are completely painted.


[Spirit Island]
Cities

I basecoated the citiess in black.


[Spirit Island]
Cities

As replacements of the cities for Spirit Island, I choose 'BG114 Small Village' from Irregular Miniture's 2mm range.

The whole model is too large for the Koplow Casino Stacking Poker Chips the models will be mounted on, so I started by cutting it down.

As there was still some space on the chip, I cut the two connected houses from the off-cut and re-glued them to the street.

All the models converted.