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Just thought I'd share, if you-all don't mind
This is the first 4'x6' terrain board that I've built using 2" think generic (the white stuff) styrefoam. The whole thing, modular pieces and painting took about a week to complete. The Aqueduct was also made from foam - pieces my neighbor was going to throw out. Someday I'll use a water effects kit for the riverbed, maybe.
makes me wanna paint my heretical chaos scum and play some 40K. Looks like it's gonna provide for some interesting games. Thanks for sharing!
A good looking table. Done fast too.
It looks great for infantry and a little difficult for vehicles. Reminds me of my first terrain table.
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None too shabby, looks as if it once was a pipeline running through the wilderness running on top those columns.... Possible scenario if you add a pipe?
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Looks really nice.
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It is a bit difficult for vehicles, but really not that much. We've run it as any 'bump' in terrain level is not difficult unless another piece of terrain is on it (like a building or rubble) or if it goes up 2 levels or more (there are 3 places like that). Also, on the 'left-side' of the board, we've counted the trail as a road on occassion, although it generally gets blocked by a barricade or something.
The real problem I ran into was the 'aqueduct' part - I run a pistol/ccw marine list and could not shoot anyone up there near the end (it's 11 inches tall, so I had to be under it to shoot up - the Necrons I faced sat up there and -in effect- had immunity).
If you would not mind - what do you mean by pipeline scenario?
Looks good, my only concern would be the use of polystyrene (regular white stuff), why wouldnt you have used high-density polystyrene ( i.e. pink or blue foam) since its 10 times better durability-wise.
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Honestly, 2 reasons: availability and price. I'm in San Diego, and the only place to get blue/pink foam is from a hole in the wall place some 50 miles away from where I live, and it is sold in 2' x 8' panels at about $50 each, of which they only have a piece or two at any one time. I have 1 piece, and I dole it out carefully for smaller terrain pieces.
I totally understand that it's a better product, and I wish it were common out here, but there's not much need for 'quality insulation.'
Great looking piece! How did you go about painting the ground? It looks impressive.
Wow it looks amazing, but I have a small problem with it. It is highly unfair for longer ranged shooty armies as your opponent should always have a cover save. This table would be dominated by close combat armies though. 'Nids anyone?
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