Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Scenery

 While the Tabletop is empty I set up some 2d and 3d figures and terrain. I also added natural materials like stones and wood. I wanted to mix things up a bit an£ see how they looked. Here are some photos- 







15 comments:

  1. A fun use of vacant space - i like the trees and half-timbered house house especially.

    I see a duel. An instant game - by card https://poundstoreplasticwarriors.wordpress.com/2017/04/26/duelling-in-the-sandpit-lunge-cut-and-stop-thrust/
    Or by dice
    https://poundstoreplasticwarriors.wordpress.com/2017/05/09/more-duelling-inspiration-mexicans/
    In a Sherwood forest
    https://manoftinblog.wordpress.com/2020/05/30/quarter-staff-fighting-in-sherwood-forest/

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    1. A duel will be added to my gaming list. I have those cavaliers and Roundheads from last year too...

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  2. I do like those 2D Oak(?) trees , where did you get them from ?

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    1. Fairydust craft shop on Amazon . There are loads out there of different sizes and looks. Well worth a trawl to look through...

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  4. I really like the looks of the flats on your table. As a solo warmer, I could see using flats in games, as usually I play the game from one side of the board.

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    1. They have loads of potential I think and I look forward to seeing what you make of them.

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  5. It all looks rather charming and Old School.

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  6. The Babette Schweizer flats look right at home with your scenery Alan, a high compliment indeed!

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    1. Thanks. I like the use of natural textures too and am delighted how they fit it with it and the 2d Mdf.

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  7. Nice pics... The house nestling in the trees looks just right.

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  8. Haha! Love them. You did a nice job with displaying these.

    Eric

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