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Hi, mates here I´m with another tutorial who gives a quick and effective desert area, to place over your gaming table.
We need, …
Old cd disk.
We made with gesso the rocky formations, putting on the aluminium foil,… after we made some kind of concave form, to content the gesso mixed with water…
When gesso harder we remove aluminium foil and let it dries well, if not the paint dont wil fix over the gesso surface.
With X-Acto knife, we made some scratches over de CD surface, in order to facilitate the grip of Plaster.
We paste rocky formations over the cd, and then we add the plaster ….let drye…
When all stuff its dried, we aplied two coats of primer on whole area…
Then painting and highligting …Dont forget spray two coats of Primer!!!, …We can improve the stuff adding natural wood branches as dead trees, tuffts and static grass.
Thx, for watching 😉
All people who plays Fow, know there is at least more important to have the minis painted, it´s to have a scenery, to give the matches more exciting; giving concealed positions and increasing the difficult to have clean lines of fire.