The post covers materials used and demonstrates the use for boardgames, figure games and using Hexon II terrain.Please click on the 'read more' tab for the rest of this post.
Why a pinboard? - There were two driving forces that resulted in this being a chosen gaming space. The first being a back problem that has made stretching or leaning across a table painful and for the most part impossible. The second being a lack of both gaming and storage space.
|An MDF whiteboard (on the reverse side)|
|Cardboard (art board) wedge tapped home to be flush with the edge.|
|The addition of 5mm foam board panels|
|Bulge - by Decision Games, the map is a nice snug fit.|
|C&C Napoleonics, the battle of Wavre, with the In Square Tracks on the board as well.|
|10mm figures on 40mm bases, using 2 bases per unit.|
|Close up of above shot, showing 5 units plus artillery fitting comfortable in this area.|
|The set-up for scenario 5 in the free rule book|
|A city scape from blank Kallistra tiles|
Resources: Here are a list of previous posts that show the evolution of my pinboard gaming.
Introduction - LINK
1st update - LINK
2nd update - LINK
3rd update - LINK
Building a cityscape - LINK
If you have time to look, here is a link to my web pages, it is a bit more 'snippet' based, rather than the article based nature of the blog - LINK