Small Scale Splash Markers
In most naval rules you need splash markers to indicate fall of shot or damage from shellfire, with Naval Thunder being a good example, where you use splash markers to track ranging in and targeting. I’ve made some of these before for Victory at Sea but thought I’d make some more, as I won’t have enough for scenarios with more than a handful of ships. I’ve used the same method again, gluing a woodscrew to a circular lasercut mdf base, then texturing with a mix of filler, PVA, acrylic paste and my new discovery, artist’s textured gel, for that frothy plume effect. When this lot are fully dry, I’ll spray undercoat them white and paint them using the shades that I’ve used for my ironclad bases, so that they can be used for all of my small scale naval projects.
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