Maggot’s Crop Done and Dusted

8 thoughts on “Maggot’s Crop Done and Dusted”

  1. What thickness plasticard did you use? Another blog I follow recommends 1/8 inch (or 3mm) PVC and claims it doesn’t warp. Mentions you have to score it to have glue and ground texture to stick.

    Looking forward to more terrain from you as a background for your battle reports.

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    1. That’s interesting, Bret. I think I’ve heard of people who use PVC but I don’t know much about it beyond that. I used about 2-3 mm plasticard so a similar thickness but I may have to look into that as an alternative. I’m very much open to anything that will help with warping as you can probably imagine.

      Should be plenty more terrain in the coming weeks and months. My hope is that all the terrain really brings The Shire to life!

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  2. I knew it! It does look great with miniatures all over it. Glad you seemed to have solved the warping and to see that miniatures can balance on the crops.

    It’s a great terrain piece. 😀

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    1. Thank you so much, Stew! It was really exciting to take these pictures and made me feel like the grief with warping was worth it. I really do appreciate your support each week as I share what I’ve been up to in the hobby 😀

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