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Wednesday, 31 March 2021
Trialling Mdf 2d scenery (1)
Got this Mdf tree today and painted it up. I am pleased with the results and how it looks with a Britains figure. I think this sort of tree would work really well in my limited theatre like gaming table...
Alan, that's brilliant! I like it a lot.ReplyDelete
Where did you get it? I think for your style of game table it's simply perfect.
Also available through Amazon uk.
Thanks for the comments Eric.
Very fitting indeed.ReplyDelete
It works for me definitely, l am glad others like it and may give it a go.Delete
Great looking tree matches the figure well .ReplyDelete
I think they complement each other well too.Delete
It matches the stage setting well.ReplyDelete
I am enjoying experimenting with the space,scenery and figures.Delete
Theatre like is a good description of your set-up. You can lose yourself more at a good play than at the cinema.ReplyDelete
The tree looks really good with the Britains figure.
I was surprised how well they work with Britains too.Delete
I don’t go to the theatre much but when I do I am fascinated by the scenery. The Lyceum in Edinburgh did terrific Christmas shows always with brilliant sets! Not pantos more like The Lion, the Witch... and other stories for all ages. I also loved a steampunk themed Magic Flute I saw a few years ago in Edinburgh too.
They look very effective - like them. Agree that a link to the manufacturer/retailer would be useful.ReplyDelete
Also available on Amazon Uk
Excellent tree Alan, just right! It shows how the proper scenery really brings our figures to life!ReplyDelete
Quite agree, I prefer stylised to other scenery except when using “proper” wargames figures.Delete
Just the thing!ReplyDelete
In my Afrika game I liked the look of Mdf palms with stones/ wood from the garden.Delete
Its a nice addition to any gaming style. Still need to spend some time developing my games table backdrop.ReplyDelete
The railway ones are splendid!Delete