Madscuzzy over at the B&C has built one he built in six large pieces so he has some modularity. He used a lot of sets of Forgeworld trench inserts similar to what Jason Dyer did a few years back for Astronomi-con. His table is all done and he’s gaming on it.
When I get mine done it will be more modular, but unfortunately I’m doing all my trench lining by hand and I’ve done a lot more texturing of the battlefield. I’ve gone for a more authentic WW1 look, rather than a pure Sci-fi look of Madscuzzy’s board. Lets see if I can get some pictures of Dyer Straights and his board onto my blog.
The first two images are from the Bolter & Chainsword thread and are copyright Madscuzzy who has an overly fancy website where the 40K section doesn’t work quite right…
Below is a picture of Jason Dyer’s table and the Egyptian table formerly at Checkpoint Charlie’s in North Vancouver and now in the Astronomi-con terrain collection.
Additional Trench Tables
Today someone posted pictures of this trench table done up for the game Warzone by a fella in Switzerland, at least I’m assuming it is a guy. Here is a picture from his photobucket account. I don’t understand why people still use photobucket when Flickr is so very superior…
- Sydney Roundwood’s Trench Table Blog Posts
- Corbania Prime even made instructional videos, but he didn’t set the trenches into the table…
- A rather well done Trench making tutorial
- Another above ground trench example from another forum
- Heavy Googling found this WIP trench table
- Here is another great modular WW1 trench table from Lead Adventures Forum