Instead of playing my next game of Point Blank I wanted to create some more scenery.
As one of the missions the LRRPs can go on involves paths or trails, I decided to make myself a modular trail.
At first I contacted companies in Australia that sell laser cut MDF for wargamers to ask if they can cut me some MDF to the sizes I wanted, but business must be so good that they don't need customers, as not one of them bothered to reply.
So, armed with my woeful ability at wood work and a bench saw, I proceeded to cut some MDF I purchased to what I hoped would be usable for my paths.
I cut the straight sections first, and then after a few no so good ideas I came up with some bend pieces that would allow for more than a straight track.
I glued sand over the path area and then painted the whole lot. Once the paint was dry I flocked the edges of the paths.
I don't intend to glue any scenery to the sides of the paths, but I will make small scenery that can be placed on top of them instead, thus allowing for a lot more flexibility with how I use them. An example of this can be seen at the bottom of the photo
I am fairly happy with the results, and by making some intersections and some more straights (some of different lengths) I am sure I can come a fairly good collection of paths or trails for my games.