I have had a few people ask about the pallets I made for my infinity table so thought I would make a post, a sort of how to if you will. These pallets are relatively cheap to make ( especially in comparison to buying scenery outright instead of making it your self. ) These little things are great for any table, the only down side is they are slightly fragile. I have never had one break but would not recommend using them at a gaming club where they will get tossed about by all the cheesy wotzit kids.
20. As these bits will mainly be used for Infinity I left most of the pallets with nice spaces for individual models to stand on and use as cover.
26. When you have covered all the bits you want with tissue find a dry spot and leave them for 24 hours. It takes ages to dry but when its done the results are well worth the wait.
Then there you have it, big ol bunch of plonkable scenery that's unique and cost about £20 and one day to make. It can be used for pretty much any system on the table top and also works really well for any Role Play games that are not fantasy based. It will get painted at some point but its pretty effective as it is to be used on the table.