Also as I alluded to in my last post, I have inherited some terrain. A good friend passed away some time ago. Terry Haney lost a battle with cancer. We had played a number of games together. He was a prolific gamer who had an unbelievable collection of miniatures and terrain. I was given several items from his collection. A train station, a coal yard, a ruined building and a factory were all given to me by his wife. Before he had died, he had given me a platoon of Italian Bersaglieri. He was a generous soul and a pleasant companion at the game table. I have been struggling with what to post on this for a while and I still am not sure what I should post.
Anyway, I need to move on. I have been trying to figure out how to do snow terrain without having to have more than one set of terrain. I tried using sand for snow. Anyway, this is what I came up with.
All in all, I kind of like the snow effect from the sand. It provides a light dusting. It was easy to clean up. It did not stick to terrain or figures. It stuck a bit to the felt but that was not a big deal. What do you think? Does the sand work as snow?