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    trenchfoot
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    Hello, this is my first post here and I hope you enjoy it. I haven’t played wargames since I was at school but I do enjoy making terrain or figuring out how to make it as cheap as possible. The houses are foamboard with a roof made from bath towel and mounted on PVC foamboard. The mats are approximately 16″ square and are acrylic caulk on plasterers tape. Birch trees are made from twigs from my hedge and the wheatfield are the usual doormats but again mounted on PVC foamboard.

    #99493
    Thomaston
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    Very cool, I really like your 16″ mat and the roads.

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    #99497
    Norm S
    Participant

    Nicely done and welcome to the forum.

    #99498
    Mike
    Keymaster

    They are cool and some moody shots too.

    #99571
    willz
    Participant

    Excellent modelling skills, thanks for sharing.

    #99604
    Steelonsand
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    Those are some serious skills on show! – The thatched roofing is particularly effective, and that stubbly/straw laden board with the trampled down areas is brilliant – looks just like the real thing – feel free to post more in the future- very inspiring.

    #99964
    Thuseld
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    Those are amazing. Truly inspiring, thank you.

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