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Bhunter46

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  1. Oh good! I'm glad I was able to help. Yeah, those end cap were in the jewelry making section of Michaels. ???
  2. I don't remember. I bought two mailing tubes from Staples and cut them in half to make four trees. They were cheap. I bought some wooden disks from Michaels for there bases, which was also cheap. You need watered down PVA, tissue paper, string and a glue gun. You'll also need some air drying clay. Plus the flock for the moss. so they could be pretty inexpensive depending on what materials you end up using and what you already have. Hope this helps!
  3. It's a F.A.T. mat. grassy Plains2. I found it at my local game store. But I found a link for you. ? I think it looks pretty good. http://www.tablewar.com/6x3-grassy-plains-2-f-a-t-mat-gaming-mat/
  4. Just a quick update to show I finally bought a nice play mat. ??? I'm very happy with it.
  5. Your Endor table turned out great! I still need to get a nice playmat for mine. Do you recommend that one you got? i love your Ewok Village. I'd love to build one some day, but I don't have the time or enough space in my home to store it at this point in time. ?
  6. lol, yeah yeah, it's only meant to be a temp mat. ? One day I will buy a nice looking mat. ???
  7. They are mailing tubes I got from Staples
  8. Nice! One day I'll get a nice play mat ?
  9. Thanks for the advice. I was planning to put some paint on the green felt, I even bought the paint for it. But my laziness talked me out of it. ? But since I do still have 20 days before I have the game, Maybe I can give it a try. And like you say, if I end up not liking it, I can just flip it over. ???
  10. Thanks, Yes, I agree with you. I would like to get one of those nice mousepad play mats one day, but I'm holding off on that for now. They're very expensive, and I've already spent a lot on this game. ?
  11. Thanks, Yes, I have never built terrain before and had no idea what I was doing when I started. But..... I was very heavy into fine arts when I was in school way back when, so that has deffenatly helped me. Plus, you get better with every piece of terrain you make. Every time I started a new piece of terrian, I pushed myself to take more time. Now when I look back at those little trees I made at the start, I feel the need to remake them. Of course I won't because I need a break from terrain building. ?
  12. I have finally finished my bunker. It was a lot of work, but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. This marks the end of my terrain building for now. Now I can relax and just wait for the game to come out. Looking forward to playing the game and getting my minis all painted up.
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