Rummaging through my hobby supplies, I discovered I didn't have a medieval tent for my Later Hungarian camp but I did find 2 Essex wagons. I added cardstock and 15mm Baueda ancient supplies to load out the empty wagons. I then tried to make a supply train with the 2 wagons but even corner to corner, I couldn't fit them both in the footprint of this Field of Glory camp.
As a fallback, I decided to try capturing the flavor of the Carpathian mountains. I remembered I had a large piece of bark socked away and bark worked well in my last 3 camps. So, it was back to the bark! I cut the bark at a 45 degree angle to created a switchback that allowed both wagons to fit into the camp. I used Durham's Rock Hard putty to raise up the rear section of bark and hold it all together.
I primed in black and highlighted up with browns but brown failed me at the finish line. Once I set the brown wagon with brown horses, brown supplies and brown driver on a brown mountain, I knew I had to start over with a different color. Ouch! Out came the black and I repainted the mountain in 50 Shades of Grey. My painting adventure bore no resemblance to the trash novel that's a such a hit with bored housewives, or so I'm told.
The 2nd wagon made the camp very crowded so I put it away for another day. I used Vallejo Burnt Sienna pigment plus a glaze to make the oxidized runoff.