The basic shape was roughed out of yellow insulation foam and cork bark (where would we be without this!) which was placed randomly to look nice and to create a smaller profile that another hill wouldn't.
The base is 6mm MDF with a slight chamfer on it and everything was stuck together with a hot glue gun (probably the best option for doing this sort of terrain.
The graves were already stuck in place (but only undercoated) so a little care was needed in sanding around them but it didn't matter so much for the ink as it will add to the overall effect. (the black circle is a pen mark for the torii but I decided to leave it off).
The groundwork was done as normal, using three different types of flocking, one was fine and is for normal open ground. Another is small grade sponge foam (differing colours) and the third is a special mix that I use for treed areas.
The graves were painted individually in different shades of warm greys and the names of who is buried there were written on with a fine line technical pen.
That's about it from me, I'll leave you with some more beauty shots :-)