And when you consider how all the other units, tanks, fighters, bombers, and infantry are all their own scales, having consistency in class seems to make the most sense. At least to me. Even if units are the same size in real life, as you said, its easier for non-historians/enthusiasts to pick up the game if unit type x is scale size x.
Maybe if this was just a naval game or a land war game, then all units could be the same scale. As 3D printing becomes more common, I was interested in hearing how others approached this.
Help maintaining printed maps
Playing Kid last edited by
So, I need some help when in comes to maintaining/taking care of printed maps,
I have a printed vinyl map, but when I stored it away I guess I didn’t roll it up and put it away properly as when I pulled it pack out the edges were all extremely crumpled as the map’s weight literally caused it to fold itself on the bottom.
How do I prevent this from happening? Is there anyway to undo my crumpled map edges? I really don’t want to buy another map because it was very expensive and I really don’t have the money to buy one at the moment. Additionally, is there anything else when it comes to maintenance that I need to be aware of?
Thank you for any help given.
Mr. Kell last edited by
Not much worse than a creased matt.
Mt first try would be to warm the fold with a hair dryer/heat gun, depending how much heat the vinyl can handle. May help you move the material back into the correct position.