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PostSubject: Re: Goonstah's try for a mordheim table [picture heavy, WIP]   Sun 31 Jan 2010 - 8:28

The boards look great, and should make a very interesting table to play on. I need to work on some elevated sections to go on my boards...
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PostSubject: Re: Goonstah's try for a mordheim table [picture heavy, WIP]   Sun 31 Jan 2010 - 14:57

mweaver wrote:
The boards look great, and should make a very interesting table to play on. I need to work on some elevated sections to go on my boards...
Sure, since our group started creating elevated sections to put the buildings on it's a completely different game.


Great job on the table Goonstah, I like it a lot!!. By the way, it seems to me that it is a "Chinese work" making line by line the cobblestone with a pen. Isn't it way better doing it by scratch with a hot engraving tool?
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PostSubject: Re: Goonstah's try for a mordheim table [picture heavy, WIP]   Mon 1 Feb 2010 - 12:24

I USED to draw mi briks with an exacto, an then marking them really well with a pencil/pen.

But now I use a self made hot engraving tool, and my life is much more easier!

Just bear in mind that the fumes are toxic, so you MUST do this outside or in a WELL VENTILATED area.

Your work looks pretty good, and sure will be a pleasure to play on that scenery.

Best wishes.
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