I'd seen the GW blog post prior to WHF that said they'd be selling these OOP ruins again. I'd missed them first time around as Hobbit/LotR happened during my twelve year break from tabletop gaming.
The ruins were packaged in a plastic zip locked bag rather than the cardboard box.
It was the price tag that made it an instant purchase - £18.
This was a painted on Saturday afternoon. I made a mistake during the process by picking up the wrong paint to use. It was only the following day I realised what had happened. That said, it's become a happy mistake - it looks pretty good. Looking forward to putting this down on my new battle-mat this weekend for some four player action.
- Spray with white. Base Rakarth. Pick out random stones with a light and medium brown. Wash with soft tone
- Drybrush w/ rakarth/white* mix. Then dry w/ white
- Bronze is a bright bronze, soft wash, bronze then oxide
- The wood was dark grey base, wash dark tone, drybrush lighter grey, drybrush white
*This is what I intended to do. What I actually did was mix Kislev Flesh with White. So the tone was much lighter than it should have been.