Monday 29 September 2014

Saga: Pictish Village!

It has been a loooong time since my last update, but I haven't been idle. I have been thinking about building myself a "permanent" board, i.e. one where all the terrain is built-in, rather than placed depending on the game, for ages. This summer I decided to finally get about it and planned out a 2x2 Pictish village for my 15mm Saga games.

This board has been in progress since mid-summer, working on it a bit here and a bit there. I had to learn some new techniques to build it - pouring an epoxy-resin river, for one - and I'm pretty happy with the results.

There are still a few things that need to be done before it's totally finished. I have more trees to make (what you see here is about half of what I have), the small buildings need doors, and I'd like to put some gaffer tape around the edges to make it look a little cleaner. It's play-able at this point, though, so I'm going to bring it to the Trumpeter club meeting this Friday.

I have a ton of new miniatures for the game as well, but photos of them will have to wait until a later date!


  1. That's a fantastic board, you will get a lot of fun playing off of it


  2. Great looking board! And some really nice minis to go with it as well!

  3. A great skirmish board.

    Thank you for posting the images.


  4. Excellent work, inspired and beautiful, love this village!