So here's my life for the next month; these are boards 1-3 of an eventual 8 or 9, for Zama. The furthest two boards are 60% complete; they still need a lot of highlighting and will need some selective flocking (although the final theme is going to be brown).
The nearest board is perhaps 25% done. The next step will be to trim the fields using my Wahl. Then I will apply texture, and finally a basecoat of Chocolate Brown Sandtex (which trick I picked up from the "Touching History" books).
I also need to check that my plan to use a template to superimpose a hex grip on the finished boards, will work. It occured to me, yesterday, that the standing crops may prevent the template from lying flat on the boards. Gulp. I'll test it before I start board 4; on future boards, I may need to apply the crops after the grid.
The scale of the venture is daunting...