So two of my friends and I really like playing Warmachine and Hordes. Problem with that is that both game's core design really centers around 2 player games. We have found that objective based scenarios have been out best bet with other games, so when we play, we typically attempt to modify the objective type scenarios. Our variation involves the same rules as typical control zone scenarios but with smaller control zones and some modified rules for how long the zone has to be held.
It works well and is quite fun. We get some funny looks for our three player WM and Hordes games though. So I had some fun making a custom control zone for us to play with. I got the idea for a colored ring on the terrain from someone. I can't remember when or where or who to give credit, but it isn't my idea. I really liked it though. So here's my attempt.
I made it so the ring just sits on the base. I am making another where the ring is embedded in the ground.
Finally, highlight to pick out some details and glue some standing grass to clumps of moss. For this, I add one clump at a time and move around the whole piece to make it appear natural. Don't put too many in one area, it tends to take over if you clump it too tightly.
So I recently tried my first water pour. i'm pretty happy with it. Here's where I'm at and a breakdown of process.