Games of Dust Warfare do need lots of terrain and this set is perfect for that. You can buy Qunset Huts in sets of six and each model comprises the curved walls/ceiling and two end-pieces – one with a door and the other without.
I wanted my huts to look worn and well used and tried a couple of different ways to do that.
First they were all given two coats of Vallejo 893 US Dark Green.
I put on Vallejo Oxid Paste near the ground and in small patches on this one above. It turned out really red and I drybrushed it with US Dark Green to tone it down and let the ‘rust’ show through in recesses. The whole thing was given a wash of Army Painter Strong Tone ink.
The rest was just washed with Vallejo Model Wash Light Rust. When the wash was half-dry I used the brush to make streaks in the wash and I also put on another uneven layer near the ground.
A rather fast way to get some cover for your poor infantry on the deadly Dust battlefield.
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