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Getting into DoC but i've also been playing 40K for a year and will probably use my DoC army for both games. I'm planning on getting movement trays and just putting in modeling clay to fill in for the circle bases but if there is a better way to do this go ahead and tell me (and a good place to get large amounts of clay that would be good for said projecy)
I just use square bases since I'm lazy like that. I think you would be fine simply putting your models in the movement tray and align them properly. If you want to go for a total scenic diorama deal I have no idea XD
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I am unsure of how much money that you would like to put into them. Galeforce 9 makes movement trays for daemons of chaos so that you can do exactly that. I think that each tray is 10 bucks. I use them for my daemons and really like them.
GW also makes a movement tray set which will yield a bunch of trays for like $10 which is what I am working with. It's two sheets of like 8x8 1" squares and you just gut it to size. It also has the smaller squares as well.
Last edited by newsun; December 21st, 2008 at 22:16. Reason: correction
I guess it would depend on how much you want to spend and how much time and effort you wish to put into this project. Modeling clay, green-stuff, ect ect... would look really nice as you could build it up so that the round bases look almost seamless. You could also use styrofoam and do the same thing, just make the movement tray out of it and use something like thin wood or cardboard for a strong base on the bottem. Whatever you choose to do please post some pic's of them. I think a well based fantasy army looks really awsome. If you put enough TLC into it, it doesn't matter what you choose to do it will look good.
Hoped that helped some-what. =o] FGMike
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I suggest you use sheets of balsa wood.
Not as expensive as modelling clays and far easier to cut than plasticard.
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