Creating Toxic Alien Forest Terrain for Tabletop Sci-Fi Gaming
In this episode of Bill Making Stuff, Bill makes some toxic alien forest scatter terrain that could be used in games of Stargrave, Warhammer 40,000, and similar games.
There are some clever ideas in here, like using armature wire and hot glue to create vines or tentacles and creating a “crusty paste” for texturing using water, PVA glue, baking soda, and sand.
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