Bit of a temporary break in the Five Parsecs campaign as I devote time to increasing my available scenery; in particular in ways that will allow for more vertical movement.
Having seen how good it looks on other bloggers tables, I'm trying out printable card terrain. This particular lot is available from Wargame Vault here. Overall I'm pretty pleased with the results.
No instructions, which is a bit of a pain, so made some minor mistakes on the first one (like the positioning of tabs showing white card), but soon worked it out.
They also fold flat for storage, a definite advantage!
There were some teething troubles along the way. As well as the issue with instructions, they're only as good quality as the printing, and I have a feeling my printer is on it's way out. Every few sheets would print out with terrible lines, requiring a clean of the print heads. Plus ink cartridges for the damn thing are so expensive!
All worth it in the end though, as a few evenings cutting and glueing have given me a decent settlement to game over, especially combined with existing scenery.
Right, onto the next campaign turn, where the crew's past deeds will come back to bite them!