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Juno Beach wargaming table.

Juno Beach wargaming table.

Project Blog by klorophil

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About the Project

My first wargaming table. It was heavily inspired by Juno Beach, the Canadian part of the D-Day Landings. It is not an exact replica however. I had huge help from my mom. Actually, she pretty much did everything with only occasional help from me. It is now just finished, without any games played on it yet. Enjoy!

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And the final pictures. I'll try and do a battle report of my first game on this table. Cheers! 6-09-2018.

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Some more pictures 6-09-2018

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And it is finished. I would have liked to post pictures on the 6th of June but couldn't. Still a couple of days late is not too bad. Enjoy!! 6-09-2018

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Some more pictures of the texturing. 5-05-2018

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Adding some textures to the trenches and craters. 5-05-2018

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Finally putting some colors on the board. 5-05-2018

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Some more pictures of the trenches being done. I can happily say that I did that part. ;-) 3-11-2018

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More pictures. 3-11-2018

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Working on the trenches. Thanks to TheTerrainTutor for the technique, it works marvels. Some more work on the basing of the table. Mom was eager to put some colors on the table at this point. I had to insist finishing the basics before painting. :D 3-11-2018.

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My mom did all the buildings from scratch. Everything is custom, nothing was bought. Some other pictures of the base work for the table. 2-12-2018

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The first rough strokes. Gluing and carving out the insulating foam. Sorry for the small photos. 1-01-2018.

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