Trees - 6mm Scale Games

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Trees - 6mm Scale Games

Postby Captain Darling » Sat May 31, 2014 1:23 pm

Hi All,

I picked up another batch of 6mm scale trees and these will all be based on 9cm square bases (toyed with hexagons!). This will help with setup time and tree movement when figures plough through woods. I can use my separately based trees to add shape to woods placing them around the multi based ones. Also toying with the idea multi based trees could represent thick woods and the separate ones light woods where rules include both types...

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Re: Trees - 6mm Scale Games

Postby Captain Darling » Sun Jun 15, 2014 7:36 pm

The 'Forest Factory'...all my new 6mm scale trees are based and ready final detailing they'll be ready for use next weekend!

These are pictures of the last batch, I have 20 such bases in total...

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Re: Trees - 6mm Scale Games

Postby Admin Fella » Sun Jun 15, 2014 8:32 pm

They do the job nicely mate.

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Re: Trees - 6mm Scale Games

Postby fanai » Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:16 am

Great work and once finished give a great effect,

just a suggestion - I would use a jigsaw and a sanding pad and make the edges a little bit more irregular - just a thought
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