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Customising game markers

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I've been wanting to find a way to make my game markers blend into the table a bit more and I've had a go at customising a set of MDF markers produced by Olympian Games that I picked up at the MOAB show in Sydney earlier this year. It's a simple enough process that mimics the way I do the basing for my miniatures but the result is really pleasing and makes for a slightly more immersive table. I would post more pictures here if such a thing were possible but you can see more and a description of how I made them here https://thetacticalpainter.blogspot.com ... mmand.html
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Painting little soldiers for tactical battles on the table top

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And here is a picture:

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And another:

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Nice.

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Good job.

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