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I'm just starting my game table and I want to do a snowy planet. However I don't know how to make a snowy surface :? . Any help would be appreciated!
 

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the tning i do for snow is pva with a bit of baking soda, then baking soda put over that like ur gluing flock. aint sure how much coverage ur after, so ur goin to have to be mroe specific
 

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bringing up this Dead thread to ask if anyone has some ideas to make light dustings of snow as mentioned above. I have some green scenery that I want to make into a winter/tundra world. I already use the baking soda/Pva mix for the thick snow and it works very well. I would also like any handy tips on making snowy terrain, including buildings, for my space wolves to trudge through.
 

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My club has "Ice world" tables which are painted a light blue and then overpainted (but not perfectly) with a very light grey (only appears grey when compared directly to a clean white). We don't use snow scatter or flock on these boards, instead, we only apply it to the models and (based) terrain.

We have a mix of terrain to go on these boards (we have themed terrain) and the ones that match the terrain have the snow applied to them. It's not the same, but our boards and terrain have to be put away and also have to deal with being able to be moved back and forth for tournaments, so durable was chosen of visually stunning.
 

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i made a snowy planet by glueing beach sand in a table and then painting it with white paint.

the result is not spectacular, but it's cheap and effective.
 
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