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  1. Hi, for our first Malifaux Tournament [Multiversum Wanted] in march, we want to build a little bit more cool Terrain. A few acceptable boards are already present at our local club, but we want more. In this post we want to share this process with you. There is for now one desert, one city/Cobblestone and one winter themed board on the schedule. Today I started building a few bits for the desert board. Because I didn't want some boring sand or texture paste alone, I decided to experiment a little bit with some dry/cracked earth effects. Recently I stumbled upon a nice technique, utilizing bandages and plaster: You coat the bandages with a thin layer of a plaster and sand mix, let it dry and break it. The bandages hold the pieces together. So you can trim them into desired sizes and glue them onto the board. After they are completely dry and glued onto the board, the Edges will be blended with more plaster to provide a smooth transition. After that I will probably seal everything with some watered down white glue and put some texture paste onto the rest of the board. Next I started the first piece for a "desert-forest". I want to build some cactus forest. By sculpting one to three different cactus in Fimo and making moulds for them. I optimistic it will pay off. That was the first few bits for the Tournament boards. A few Ideas are quicksand-pool, boring rock-formations and some normal forest-pieces.