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I’m considering making a ruined temple display board for my pre-heresy thousand son army that I‘m building...
Now I can easily use a laser cutter to engrave the title pattern on the bases on a few sheets of plasticard, however I attend several tournaments a year and most of them have different points values; 1500, 1750, 2000pts. So the biggest problem that’s bugging me is how to make the board usable for different points levels?
So far my best ideas are to either create bits of terrain to cover the slots I’m not using, split the board up and create interchangeable pieces for each unit or so far the best option which is not to include any slots/holes.
I’d be grateful for any help or advice on this subject?
Hmmm.... The simplest and easiest way I can think without actually having to expand the size of the board is to make some 'second story' pieces that can just be attached when needed over a section of the board and put troops on top. Sure it might partially hide the troops underneath, but might be able to be done in a way to still let them be seen. You could also come up with a simple way to latch or affix the section to the board so it is sturdy enough for easy movement.
Kind of like just walls and a floor (or ceiling) that will be self supporting and open on each end, like a tunnel.
Last edited by MDSW; November 9th, 2011 at 19:51.
I would make a board with the amount of holes for the 2000 pt army, and cover up the slots with empty but scenic bases for the smaller army's.
The models look awesome btw