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A great idea and one way of making sure that the terrain boards don't warp too!They look great and the good news is that it looks as though I'll be at Salute to see these covered in miniatures!Darrell.
Why buy a TSS tile just to a do this to it? Am I missing something here? Enlighten me! jj
Because, a long time ago in a galaxy far away, I had a stash of TSS boards which produced nice but bland battlefields. These were "pimped" to make them more interesting and I still occasionally add to the collection. They are still a good option if starting from scratch as they are consistently sized and come ready textured with their flock which picks up dry brushing well. I have a set of boards for 6mm games which were made from plain polystyrene and textured with sand. These are also great but took more effort and were not much cheaper.
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