May’s workbench

30 04 2014

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My Field of Glory Imperial Roman Army.
I need to add highlights to the armour, finish Scorpions and Auxilliaries.
The carry case, in the background, is handmade out of canvas and an old yoga mat. The ties are leather and the buttons made of briar wood.
The trays are laser cut with steel base.
Troops are based on laser cut bases engraved with my initials (just to sure as one lot of Romans looks much like another).
At the bottom are my playing aids.

FOG play aids

FOG play aids

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2 responses

1 05 2014
daggerandbrush

Very cool storage solution and play aids. Are they all custom made or is there a shop where you can aquire such nicely made tokens and dice?

1 05 2014
grumpyoldtin

The tokens were made at my old workplace, I took full advantage of all the facilities. The dice were from eBay. The metal measuring sticks were from “Products for Wargamers” (I think).

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