Vietnam War Terrain Tiles Project

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Re: Vietnam War Terrain Tiles Project

4 months 3 weeks ago
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So, you’re all caught up on this tiles making project! As mentioned before, more tiles will be added as the game developes; a draft of the rulebook is done and I have playtested the game and it works fantastic! Here are a few playtest shots…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The game is a ton of fun and I’m next looking forward to figuring out how to use the Huey helicopters in missions, as well as designing new tiles to us. On tiles, I decided to make a play mat of sorts… a frame of foamcore board that will accommodate the requisite number of rows and columns of tiles that make up any one battle board…it will eliminate the use of neoprene strips to hold the tiles in place and be a dang sight more stable.

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Re: Vietnam War Terrain Tiles Project

3 months 1 week ago
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Those tiles look great.
I run a printing machine that could print those sort of things.
www.flickr.com/photos/65989117@N03/

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Re: Vietnam War Terrain Tiles Project

3 months 1 day ago
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Those tiles look great.
I run a printing machine that could print those sort of things.

 
Tell me more about the printing machine  :)

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Re: Vietnam War Terrain Tiles Project

3 months 10 hours ago - 3 months 10 hours ago
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Hopefully the video works. I run a UV Flatbed printing machine. Prints on almost everything, can do wood, glass, metal plastic, toast bread, doors etc, as long as they are reasonably flat.
I grabbed a file off the net in the video and printed it onto 6mm Palight (PVC type foam sheets.)

 
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www.flickr.com/photos/65989117@N03/

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