Kenneth’s Heroes – Building the board, Part II

Over the past few weeks, Dave Luff and I have been scratch-building scenery for our “Kenneth’s Heroes” game for Operation Market Larden, which is being held next weekend (10th June).

We’ve pretty much finished all the scenery, so this evening was spent putting the board together in a dry run for the game.

First off is the Brewery, which has been built from foamcore, plasticard, MDF and embossed plastic walls from Plast Craft Games.

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Then there are the walled gardens and village high walls, also built from a mixture of foamcore and plasticard:

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The Churchyard has been made from foamcore, MDF and some embossed plastic walls from Plast Craft Games. The Gravestones are from Magister Militum.

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The final table, ready for play-testing the scenario:

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7 Comments on Kenneth’s Heroes – Building the board, Part II

  1. That’s a nice looking table Neil! Did you scratch build all the houses? Cheers Will

  2. Steve Williams // June 2, 2017 at 10:11 // Reply

    Very nice!

  3. Mervyn's taxi driver // June 7, 2017 at 16:47 // Reply

    Really nice looking table. Just need to turn your hand to painting figures now Neil?

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