|Artfully pilfered from MemeCenter|
Not a problem as I could pick the delivery up on the way home from work. Read on to see what it was.
On the other hand There is plenty of space for foam or additional tiles, which will allow me to transport a full 6x4 set nicely protected.
However I wish (as I pointed out during the campaign) that they had created a plain flat tile with just the dirt texture, I feel that whole boards made just from heavily detailed tiles counteract the effect and start to look a little cluttered something I'll cover shortly after...
Still it will make a good point to place an objective or take and hold terrain piece like a watch tower.
Overall I'm realy happy and looking forward to working on them come spring when I can get outside with the airbrush out for the base coat layers. Once I've got a basic set painted up it probably won't surprise you to discover I'm planning some major adjustments. Since I have 4 of each rolling hills and two of each scrapyard tiles I've got plenty to play with, starting with sorting out 8 completely flat tiles bulking out the second scrapyard hill and looking at the possibility of creating a hill piece for the river thats compatible with the GW realm of battle hill.
Until then I have the FTGT hobby challenge to keep me busy, my january models are being prepared to spray with hopefully the final bit of green stuff will go on the Hive tyrant's devourers tonight with pics coming later in the week. Until then TTFN