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These are the older German figs, right? Doesn’t PSC have new, thicker German infantry?
Great paint job!17/08/2020 at 03:55 in reply to: If Cost Is The SAME, Would You Rather MAKE Or BUY Terrain? #142427
More time playing games then
If funds were flowing I’d just buy a Cigar Box mat as they look sublime, but I’d rather spend more hobby money on mini’s/bases for those mini’s and other terrain that I just don’t want to make. The mat is where I can save some money.
Think I’m sticking with fleece. I just can’t see how a felt mat (painted) and a neoprene map would allow for the contours needed for wadi’s, hills, etc…
That looks really good. I think this might be the route I go. I just need to spend some time at the fabric store and what material will work for the desert table I want.
Not sure I want a “fur” looking desert terrain. I’m wondering if that spackle spray paint would stick to the material.
Thank you all and thanks for that link to all the color photos
How do these mats store? Can you roll them up?
I have a decent list of manufacturers, but looking at ideas for terrain setup. I’ve been google image searching but I haven’t found much.
That teddy bear map is brilliance, however, there was no mention on that link saying if it could be rolled up and stored. I doubt it could be which would be a no-go for me.
I’m not a builder. Painting mini’s is about all I have in me. Terrain making is time consuming and messy.
Warsigil maps look to be exactly what I want AND you can roll them up.
Appreciate all the suggestions
I think I’m skipping the whole DIY route.
Found a site, warsigil.com, who sells some very nice textured mats. Kind of pricey, but it’s about twice as much as it would be if I made my own, and I just don’t want the hassle of a DIY project.
Probably start with a tan piece of cloth and save up for the mat.
Thanks for the comments