I finally finished a 6 x 4 table of tiles. Here it is.
There is a lot I learned along the way:
* Even though I grabbed the finest flock I could find, the moisture in the air and the repeated sprinkling over wet paint means a lot of it groups together. A few minutes in the kitchen food blender separates it all back out.
* A thick layer of paint works well for adhering flock to.
* A pre-layer of paint is needed as the tiles are brown and the hills are white and the 1 layer of green can show this inconsistency.
* Painted the sides of the tiles is needed.
* A flat playing surface is needed
Now to work on my fields, trees and built up areas. Stay tuned!
Also stay tuned for my new terrain shop. During this process I have had 3 requests to purchase tiles from readers and at 1st I was not interested in selling such as I didn't think they were that good but friends have convinced me otherwise. So, with a few sample tiles to be created and the process to be nutted out, a shop will be linked in soon. I know others can make these tiles just as well and that there is tutorials on this site for such but for those who do not wish to make their own, they will be able to purchase them. And the tutorials will stay up for those who wish to make their own.
Thanks also to the great comments and feedback and suggestions given along the way. I hope I have inspired some to have a go at their own terrain instead of settling on a cotton cloth.
See you all soon.