From the computer to the tabletop, this is all about games. Updated each week-end.
I’m very happy with my tablescapes, bit in a recent conversation with a friend we decided that we would not buy them again. They are great for hosting a game at home, but terrible to travel with. Vinyl game maps are far more convenient, and just as good looking, if in a different way.
So a second Tablescapes Kickstarter is not something I’d go for.
There’s one thing though that tablescapes can do better than a vinyl map, and that is building interiors. Dungeons, broken down ruins, spaceship decks. All of these benefit from the third dimension that tablescapes can bring.
I was clearly not having any original thoughts, because look what recently arrived in my inbox:
This is perfect, and I only have a few weeks to prepare. After painting some Bones terrain I’m very optimistic about this one. Last time I spent half of $475 on Tablescapes (a half/half deal with the aforementioned friend). I may spend a similar amount this time.