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17 June 2024page first published

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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

Yes, I've gone back to the dollar store in search of vegetation!

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There's a 28mm Celt among the plants, to give a sense of scale.

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These would be more suitable for fantasy and sci-fi tabletops, rather than historical.

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See my previous article on how I base these plastic plants.

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At this scale, the white plant just looks sinister to me…

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Unfortunately, the 'flower' wooden bases I'm using for this project are no longer available from Dollar Tree. Glad I stocked up!

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I've used these plants as-is. No touch-ups.

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This one didn't impress in the store, but on the tabletop it makes quite a tactical challenge!

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It towers to a height of 3½".

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These plastic plants are an inexpensive way to populate your fantasy or alien landscape.