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Me and my friends recently decided to once again try out Mordheim. I made a table several years back, but turns out I forgot it with the local tabletop gaming group. On the other side of the country. So I started out fresh and began texturing a couple of 2" foamboard pieces to look like cobblestone and I also started on a smaller building. Just wanted to share this, since I havn't been posting in, what? A few years and I really have a lot of geekiness that needs to vent! I had a little accident with the black basecoat on parts of my first piece, hence the blackish stripes.
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Last edited by Kristofer; February 23rd, 2012 at 18:24. Reason: added WIP tag to title.
This looks really ace mate!
When I heard you talk about the texturing I never imagined it to be just as cobblestoney as this.
The ground seems very realistic the irregular pavements adds a lot to the feeling of this being a proper medieval city and the broken parts gives it that Mordheimfeeling.
Great work and I hope to see some updates soon.
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So let me get this straight. By the looks of your pictures, you just draw the cobbles wit a pen?! That is brilliant!
Holy Smokes - that is awesome (OK, I want to start a new board now!!) Please, please keep us updated on the progress as it will serve as great inspiration to many.
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Thanks for the nice response! And yeah, it's a really brilliant and easy, although really slow way of making a cobblestone board. I wish I could take credit for it, but I've seen tons of people using the same technique working with foamboard both for buildings and boards before. I finished the cobblestone on the second piece of my board today and wanted to post an update.
Very nice board you got going on, fancy doing a tutorial on the building you have made?
Allright. I just wanted to show the results of my new molds. I got them at hirst arts, and they are really high quality stuff!