The Snappy Nappy "Campaign in a Day" is 1 week away. It will have seventeen (!) 4 x 6 foot tables, and use Daniel's 15mm troops. It looks like we will have about 14 to 16 players gathering at The Portal gaming space in Manchester, CT for the event.
Daniel is the GM for this event. Primary roads are grey in his maps, secondary roads are tan. I used Foam paper for the basic terrain, but Michael's didn't have any in grey. So I used black foam paper, cutting it into 1" wide strips.
I then "stamped" them using a moistened sponge and grey acrylic craft paint.
The first of my four tables, roughed out. Unfortunately, the felt I thought was 4 x 6 feet is only 3 feet wide; it will have to do! The table tops are painted a dark earth shade anyway.
I have spray painted the wooden plaques etc from Michaels that I am using for hills brown, and the 1' wooden blocks that I am using for villages have been spray painted light yellow and the top faces painted light red. At the bottom right is a fortress - the wooden walls and central Tower have been spray painted grey, and the top of the "Tower" painted red with some black "windows" painted on. Pretty minimalist terrain, but it's the right size and conveys he idea.
The woods are cut out of green foam paper, and ornamented with some cut up Greenery squares, again from Michaels. I don't have any 15mm terrain otherwise, and this stuff is re-usable from event to event. Greg made up about 40 insulation foam hills and flocked them, and Daniel bought some 60 odd 6mm villages, so they are more than welcome to replace my items with theirs!
Another of the tables; you can see some of the Michael's "greenery" at the bottom of the picture before it is cut up.
The wooden plaque hills after spray painting, and some long hill lines cut out of medium brown foam paper.
A third table; running low on plaques, some Styrofoam sheet is pressed into service as hills after painting.
The mountain (ex Lemax Christmas Village) represents impassable mountainous terrain.
Some Daffodils for Easter - they just bloomed a few days ago.
Likewise these Crocuses
and these Snow Glories!