Corunna Bathtubbed – a little progress

After a reminder from WordPress that no progress has been made for a month I have done some work.

The battlefield has quite a lot of stream/river squares, so I looked amy stock. I have some MDF 2×1 painted river sections and some MDF with Irregular Miniatures streams.

I bought and tried to cut out some blue vinyl streams, but they were too prone to twisting, so I reverted to painted MDF, but starting from scratch. The 2mm MDF is on order.

I have expanded my “Waterloo” walled farm/village squares to the five needed for this game and also bought the last remaining “Village in a bag” that I could find online.

Meanwhile I have painted and varnished some more cork tile hills, unfortunately not with the same shades of green/brown as my earlier hill tiles. No matter.

My plan for stream terrain elements is to make as many as possible in a 2 x 2 square format. Hills and other terrain may sit atop these thin items. Some will of necessity be 2 x 1 squares. I must also make a triangular “sea” terrain piece with a maximum of 3 squares x 3 squares.

Progress so far, with streams, some more woods and a bridge to be added.

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General Whiskers

Wargaming butterfly (mainly solo), unpainted model figure amasser, and Historical Re-enactor of the black powder era.

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