This was built on a GW Realm of Battle board section. All of the skulls were covered, and the sand texture was added using "play sand."
The mine cars were scratch built using sheet styrene, L-strips, and my good ol' sewing punch for rivets. The cart is glued atop model railroad wheels.
The miner's shack was made much the same as the other Wild West Exodus buildings– Foam core with basswood strips glued overtop.
You've seen the tutorial on how the crates were made; here they are, painted.
Warrior Nation Settlement
This one is also built on a Realm of Battle board, which is apparent from the rocky hillside.
The skull-filled crevices were covered with wood filler, and extra details like the foam rocks and fallen logs were added.
The organic components like the tree bark and sticks were coated with a layer of wood glue to prevent them from falling apart.
To make the trees removable, I drilled into the table base and glued a styrene tube in place with a magnet at the bottom. Each tree's trunk was then inserted into a smaller tube, with a magnet glued just inside the end. The tree then pegs into the table, and remains secured by the magnets.
The Tepees are constructed from basswood dowels, with fabric super glued overtop. The fabric was coated with thinned wood glue to harden it, and then the doors and front seams were attached.
Like the trees, the tepees are magnetized and removable. The blanket and grain sacks were sculpted with Aves epoxy sculpt. I was even able to put my renown flame-sculpting abilities to work on the campfire!
These tables will be in the Outlaw Miniatures booth at Adepticon. If you're at the show, stop by and check them out (maybe get a demo of Wild West Exodus, too).