The Finished Desert Board

Hi All,

As we’re descending into apocalyptic frozen weather here it felt a good time to finally finish my desert board – here’s a couple of slightly rushed and ‘posed’ pics (marginally less boring than just an image of the board!).

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I brushed on a full coat of W&N Galeria matte varnish too, which as well as protecting also helped to ‘flatten’ some of the harsher contrast which works well for terrain.

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All in all I’m pleased, and it fits well on the wall brackets I’ve set up for it to keep it out the way and tidy.

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7 thoughts on “The Finished Desert Board

    1. Cheers matey. It’s 3×2… all I’ve got the space for really. It’s a railway baseboard so has a ‘back’ too that I’m going to do in a different topography. Maybe ‘grey’ (urban or moonscape – scenario dependant)

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  1. I’m doing a double sided board myself, so much more useful! I like how yours has turned out. I constructed mine out of batons and MDF. It’s heavier than I intended, although it is about one metre square.

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  2. I thought the railway board construction might be different. If I was to do it again I would make a frame indented into/around a piece of blue foam. It would b lighter, but we live and learn!

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  3. ‘Ullo. Cheers! They’re Scotia Grendel’s *tiny* 28mm buildings. They’re a touch big for 15mm but I like a touch oversized buildings so that the figure bases don’t ‘distort’ the scale.

    No, I should post up on TWW more actually. I’ll try and pop a few bits up this week.

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