Picked up my copy of this book yesterday;
Very good it is too. If you follow Tonys' blog you will be well aware of his style, when he has posted up 'how to's' on there or on the Barking Irons site. The book follows that format and contains nine articles covering various builds from; how to build a fence and wall to a raised market hall. Eight are for 28mm terrain and one for a 15mm building. Each article has plenty of accompanying photos, illustrating each part of the relevant build;
Very much a step by step guide. But what I like about Tony's work is the little extra details he adds so that what might appear to be a very simple piece is full of great ideas. This model is probably my favourite;
It's a pig sty! But the details added to it make it stand out. Included are two processes that I've read about previously and wanted to try. Using plasticard to represent wood and DAS clay as an external covering for walls.
So if you interested in getting a copy contact Tony at dampfpanzerwagon. I don't think you will be disappointed with this purchase. The ideas contained with in can be used to enhance or provide inspiration for your own terrain projects.