Once, while cleaning the house, my son brought me a box with glass balls. He was already at such an age that such toys were no longer useful to him. He knew that I was making various terrains, so he asked if it could be useful for me. The idea came after some time.
Brick and stone pedestals were made of blocks cast in silicone molds. The material for the castings was dental plaster or resin. After gluing, the pedestal was attached to the base, decorated with fine gravel and sand. Then it was time to paint with acrylic paints, and finally to finish the scenery with an imitation of vegetation.
I usually use these types of terrain elements as objective markers in the game, and sometimes they serve as minor architectural objects.
Modelling and painting: Vazhyl the Cruel.