Water Effects II: Double Trouble
As hopes began to fade of being able to work on the board, I decided to do what anyone else would do in similar circumstances. That's right. I went to my loft and got down the other remaining board. I know, weak or what?
- ...filled in the board with polystyrene.
- ...covered the board with plaster impregnated cloth.
- ...covered the plaster-impregnated cloth with glue and sand.
Honestly, I have no idea why I didn't notice this. Shoddy. Very shoddy work indeed.
I confess I was still trying to figure out what to do with the board. I knew I wanted to make use of the vertical height the board offers. Another flat section was simply out of the question. I didn't want to make it into a mirror's image of the other board I'm working on. As good as that would look, it wasn't going to be a good use of gaming space. The obvious solution was to make either a stream or river section.
Now, with only a single board remaining, I would have to make sure that the feature joined two adjoining sides of the board. This would allow it to sit in a corner of the layout. To be honest, the existing shape of the board determined which two sides those would be. It also gave me an excuse to start work on that unsightly protruding right angle...
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