So pretty! Did you make the base yourself, then?I personally think snow is a bit overused- unless you're doing the rest of your army with it I would avoid it. If you are, though, a light sprinkling around the front and top of the sandbags could look nice, though.
That's a trick question, AbusePuppy. I did make the base myself but it's one of the bases I made for the "Trench Works" line of Secret Weapon resin bases :)http://www.secretweaponminiatures.comI probably would use snow on the rest of the army. My Vostroyans all have snow on them and I do enjoy modeling snow... but, yeah, I agree that it's getting to be a bit overused. Especially since there are so few snow tables!Thanks for the comment.
Exactly the reason I am transforming all my terrain over to snow terrain!I do like these Mr J. very much so. I think that a few little wet, slushy patches may counterbalance the generally dark look of the rest.
Look at those big coats they're wearing! I vote for a little wet snow + mud, make them miserable ;)but do let that base show through a little bit too.also, if this is your second snow-themed army; you should start on some snowy terrain for a snow table.
Thanks for the comments.Some snow terrain probably isn't a bad idea - especially since I'll probably need a table of my own soon. We have a new baby in the house and I suspect I'll be getting out a little less often now :)
Oooh, tricksy. I do really like the Secret Weapon bases, guess I didn't recognize it offhand- kudos for making it look so good.Also congrats on the child unit- make sure to get us some pics of your board when you finish, if it's anything like this stuff it'll be a sight to see.
I've wanted to make a table for a long time... but it's a daunting task. Given my nit-picking over terrain and scale it would probably drive me bonkers!Thanks for the compliment on the base - and the kiddo :)
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