Sometimes I play my wargames with mediocre models on mediocre terrain, but not often.
Nowadays a lot of my games are played using home-produced gaming tokens on a recycled board game map. I would like to spend more time creating good terrain with good models, but I seem to have to many irons in the fire.
However, when I do play a “proper” game with 6mm models, I like to get the look of the thing as good as I can. For example, this is from an e-mail campaign of Operation Sealion, the German invasion of Britain in 1940.
The German player was sent three “postcards” before the game, on the basis that they had been found for sale in the post office at Lewes, captured the previous evening. These photographs are taken directly from the 1:285 scale wargame table. Only the “sky” has been blurred to remove the background shed planking.
One thought on “Getting the look right”
In fact when showing “postcard 2 – the Rottingdean Road” to the Memsahib, she asked where I had obtained it, believing it to be real.