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This summers project is the making of a snow table. I thougth that GW's jungle trees would look a little bit off and decided for a more "nordic" vegetation - pines.
Got a bag of pines from Woodland scenics (anyone out there with experience?) and am currently thinking of how I'm gonna base them.
1: Placed in a bunch of 4-6 on a 10x10cm* base.
2: 4-6 placed in a row on a 15x5cm* base.
3: Placed on ordniary round slottabases for individual placement.
(*aprox. sizes of bases, they will be randomly shaped of course)
I can see pros and cons with all of the options.
Comments and ideas most welcome!
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In any case, i would repaint the bark on the trees, as this is usually not painted all that well.
As to the bases, i'd make a few forests of several trees and a couple of spare one's. That way you can make different terrain each game.
I wouldn't put them on slotta basses but keep the ground on all of 'em the same height.
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Unfortunatly this may be too late but don't waste you're money buying the trees. Pines can easily be made out of scouring pad and dowel or pencil and look awesome.
As for basing when I made my pines I just based them in some cheap moddeling clay, covered it in some red building sand, sprinkled on some grass and very tiny stones and was done.
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