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Secret Weapon’s Tablescape – Lots and lots of tiles!

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From time to time we get some terrain commissions which I thoroughly enjoy doing as it is a different way of painting compared to painting miniatures and it also gives me an excuse to get some time with the airbrush. Well for this commission I got a whole heap of time with the Airbrush.

This commission involved painting 4 sets of Secret Weapon’s tablescape plastic table boards. There were two sets of Urban City (32 1ft x 1ft tiles), one set of Forgotten City (16 tiles) and one set of Rolling fields (16 tiles). These sets were designed with a Warhammer 40k shrine world feel in mind. The rolling fields tiles were to have a barren polluted wasteland effect. For the water effect for all the tiles, I used Glass Coat and for the polluted water way i just added some green paint into the mixture before adding it to the tiles.

Here are some more pictures of all the tiles:

Forgotten City

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Rolling Fields

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Urban City – Damaged

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3 Comments

  1. Steven Phythian says:

    Wow!, very nice! Gives me the itch for some table-top gaming!

  2. Steven Phythian says:

    Are those magnetizable?

  3. No they use a really effective compression style clip system on the underside. They clip in so securely that I’ve been able to pick a half dozen tiles at once without them coming apart.

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