Joined: Fri Mar 20, 2009 3:52 pm Posts: 4865 Location: The Netherlands
I just have to say that the tree covered in moss on your cemetary terrain looks fantastic. I love that idea and if I had any more moss myself, I'd steal it.
I like the rest of your terrain too. My favorites must be the cemetary tree, the cemetary remastered (with the walls) and the slate rocks on the first page. The modular 2 piece one. That really is some gaming scenery heaven you got there. Built yourself quite a table full of stuff already didn't you?
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Joined: Thu Mar 19, 2009 11:18 am Posts: 203 Location: Hungary
So back to the board itself. Finally the time has come to remake it. I started it and covered the boards with white hobby glue (I think it's the PVA). Almost all the boards are covered with flock now. After this, I'll cover it with brown paint, then watered down black and then drybrush wth bone colour. It's fine. After that I'll cover the surface with matt spray, then use brush and thin layers of PVA glue to take static grass and some green flock to the surface so it would look good. But I don't want it to look too patchy, instead I want the grass to appear in discrete, thin layers, maybe even the brown board showing through it (like on the pic on the first page of this thread). What do you suggest? After it completed I would cover the finished board with some thin layer of matt spray.