Basing MaterialsCitadel Middenland TuftsMiddenland Grass is renowned for being lush and verdant, and when your Warhammer armies march across it, a few choice tufts on their bases will really help to set the scene. Each sheet is 210 x 148 mm in size (or 8.3 x 5.8 inches if you prefer Imperial measurements), and holds 200 individual grass tufts of varying sizes, ranging from large patches of foliage to small clumps. They've also been specifically designed to stand up straight, adding a little extra height to the bases of your models. Once you've finished painting your miniatures, simply peel off the tufts you want to use and stick them to your bases using a dab of Citadel PVA Glue.
Citadel SandMany gamers base their models with the same colour as their gaming table. Modelling sand can used to make bases representing deserts. This looks very good for Khemri armies and those fighting on desert planets in Warhammer 40,000. Simply paint the base brown and when dry, paint PVA glue over it and dip the tp in some modelling sand.
This tub contains a minimum of 100g of Modelling Sand.
Gale Force NineGF9: Arid Static GrassThe grass isn’t always greener on the other side… Gale Force Nine’s Arid Static Grass is perfect of all those dead, dried out, war-torn places where battles are so often fought. Deserts, scrub lands, and abandoned urban lots all look great with a few patches of yellowed, dried out grass. You can also use Arid Static Grass alongside autumn foliage for great early winter bases, snow for winter scenics, or green foliage for early spring bases.
GF9: Tundra/Ash FlockFor tundra styled bases, use a light coat of Ash Waste / Tundra flock, topped with small bits of green foliage. Ash Waste / Tundra flock does a really good job of representing the frozen dirt of the permafrost.
Army PainterArmy Painter: Field GrassUse to create great effects of taller and wild grass. Can be used all over the base or in smaller clumps.
Army Painter: Steppe GrassUse Battlefield Steppe Grass to create the illusion of wild or dry grass on any base.
Army Painter: Jungle TuftsBright green and full of imaginary mosquitoes, this tuft closely mimics the jungle or spring grass early in the season.
Army Painter: Meadow FlowersLovely and idyllic flowery meadows... do not let your guard down, though! Can be used as contrast to evil armies - or to enhance a forest or glades look.