22 June 2016

Over the Hills and Faraway. . .

Making my way around the table, gluing the various layers in place, and using various Charles S. Grant titles to hold everything in place until dry.  Nice, weighty books as useful for holding sections of foamcore board flat while the glue dries as they are interesting and inspirational readsAlso appropriate for hills inspired by those seen in these various Wargaming in History titles and Wargamers' Annuals during the last several years.  David Chandler titles would have been overkill.  They're also less convenient being on a lower bookshelf.

Cue the Led Zeppelin!  Painting in the same bright green as the tabletop to follow in the next couple of days.

-- Stokes

4 comments:

Dave said...

Looks good. What are you using for your hill material? It looks like foam core.

Heinz-Ulrich von Boffke said...

Hi Dave! Thanks for your question. Yes, plain old cheap foamcore purchased in bulk at half off in the local Dollar Store a couple of years ago. Cuts like a charm with a sharp hobby knife blade.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Chris Gregg said...

Well done Stokes, that'a really neat and effective job. I look forward to watching further progress.
Chris

Paul Robinson said...

I've really enjoyed following this. Well done. i trust that you didn't fall foul of any employment laws concerning the young master and his work.

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