Monday, 21 May 2012
Blood Bowl Pitch
This board was more than simple to make... An appropriately sized timber board had tile spacers glued on to mark out the squares. The whole thing was then coated in Artex, which had sand thrown over it before it was completely dry (thereby saving on PVA!). A few details were pushed into the Artex and the whole thing was painted (with a very big brush).
Following this, copious amounts of static grass was used to liven the thing up and finally the touch down, centre line and wide zones were marked out by painting the tile spacers!
That'll teach the wife for wanting me to do some tiling... not quite what she had in mind!