The beauty of it is that Graveskul is geographically where Texas would be in the New World, which puts it just North of Lustria. Then we played a siege game where Lopez built some hasty walls. I really enjoyed them and they worked in a pinch....
...but then I flipped open WD 225 while researching something else and found this article!
You see my original plan was to have 25mm Alamo walls. So this fit the bill as it was everything I was looking for! Low walls, with a South Western/ Aztec feel.
Luckily I had some leftover pizza boxes. The 4' of wall used up 2, so I have 2 left over at the moment.
The first evening I got everything framed up. The following evening I began working on the facades and parapet defenses.
Saturday came around and I sprayed a light coat of textured paint. Then puttied up the joints that didnt cover with Liquitex light modeling paste.
I built some janky rachet looking stairs as well.
In the end it turned out just as I hoped, maybe even better. I went with the same green I used on Grayskull/Graveskul. All in all I'm guessing I spent no more then 8 hours on this. So order some pizzas and get that terrain piece built that you've been planning to do. ;)
Now Lopez is challenging me to make a whole Lustrian city block with temples and houses...I might have to order more pizza.