>Relics Demo Board – In progress.

>In readiness for an upcoming series of demonstrations days at my LGS I have the task of putting together a 2′ square demo board for Tor Gaming’s Relics.

Now, I have a bit of a soft spot for the Britanan (some of you may know this) so I want to have a board that has hints of the Britanan Empire before its decimation.

So, firstly. a quick sketch of my intended layout. As you can see I am certainly no artist.

The dotted line going from top to bottom is a path based upon the bases of my Troopers

The lower right is a hill, there may be a pond to the mid-left and then ruins in the board centre and on the hill and finally some trees.


Here is where I am at the moment then, the path is cut from cardboard squares. the wall is carved from blue insulation foam. I will add a close up of the wall in the next post. The wall isn’t attached as it will end up on the hill.


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Posted on May 4, 2011, in Gaming, Relics, Terrain. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. >Bloody Hell dudeHas Washing Machine Repairman Inspired you to greatness.This looks brilliantI have a piece of 5mm mdf thats 2ft square under my desk if you want it .

  2. >That would be really handy. If he doesn't take too long I will pop round and get it if that's okay.

  3. >Looking cool! Makes me wish I wasn't stuck behind a screen at work šŸ™‚

  4. >Nice start mate. What you planning on using on the Blue Foam to add texture?

  5. >Possibly textured paint as I have loads or budgie sand and PVA.

  6. >I tend to use textured paint with a little bit of extra sand added. Tend to find I have more brush left at the end of it šŸ˜€

  7. >Nice stuff mate!!! Can't wait to see how it comes out when finished

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