Creating Snow bases for Frostgrave

I’ve made good use over the last few years of the Citadel Texture range of paints, getting some fast and pretty great looking base schemes completed. Over the last week I’ve turned my hobby time attention to Frostgrave and as such, wanted to try to get the basing done for my girlfriend’s necromancer and apprentice before moving onto my own wizard and apprentice. In this post I want to show what I’ve done and briefly talk about a new paint I tried to get a snowy effect.

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Using the Green Stuff World Textured rolling pins- Miniature Basing

When approaching the basing stage of any project there are a number of options available to create a finished base and give your miniatures a sense of presence. You could simply buy resin cast bases from a 3rd party supplier. If you want a cheaper alternative then you could simply glue flock and static grass to the base or even a fine grit sand/ salt (to be covered in PVA glue and later painted). The Citadel texture paints (and similar products) are another option which provide a fast basing solution and give a good range of finishes which can be painted over for further customisation. If you want a mountainous finish, sheets of cork boarding can be broken up and used. (Though I’ve yet to try this option myself.) Needless to say, there are a ton of options to bring the base of your miniatures to life.

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