Hi Mukremin, it seems where both from the Netherlands and I’m curious which print shop you used.
I haven’t come across a shop that prints on vinyl, but it seems that most do print on PVC material for outdoor banners which might be comparable to vinyl.
Hi mate! I have printed it in a regular copy&co shop, in Tilburg. I have printed it on regular hard poster paper, it isn’t perfect but it did very well and the lads liked it more than the original board. If only i can get a larger print on vinyl/PVC. That would be awesome.
@Flashman, i did not have any trouble with crowded tts, only issue was in Switzerland. If you have a 20cm more larger map then your troubles are over, no more over crowded issue.
Would be neat to see the Chinese communists represented, they should have special guerrilla abilities (may be placed in an occupied territory, attacks on a 3 for the first round). They should also get an IPC bonus (maybe 3-4) if nearby Russia maintains nearby territories. Goes without saying they can’t occupy the same territories as Nationalist units.
Canada is definitely a no-brainer, I would let them start with what’s on the board and just add a destroyer at SZ1, and they get a 5 IPC bonus if they control all their original territories plus Newfoundland/Labrador.
And we may also point out that some here are no longer interested in anything more than trolling and hijacking this thread. Arguments could still be brought up with proper links to support this thing about Italy and Austria joining up, but alas we are now dealing with typos and trolling.
I might paint my pieces, but only in national colours. Being able to identify a unit is more important than authentic camouflage or uniform colour.
However I prefer a muted mat finish, with dry-brushed weathering effects added on. A custom board will determine if I keep the official colour scheme - the Great East Prussia Question may well determine that.