Frequently we have to “base” aka put dirt, grass or other substrate the model is standing on, as minis with an empty base is considered by myself and many others to be an “incomplete” miniature. So what about games where we want our basing to match the table or in this case, the game board?
Well people choose to do clear bases.
It is commonly known that the strongest glues we prefer are cyanoacrylates which will “fog” the clear base as it dries and hardens. After asking around people suggested glue designed for glass…
How do we prep the model? most board games have “Integral bases” aka bases already attached as part of the model?
You will need several things beyond glue. FIRST a dremel with cutting blade, secondly clear acrylic bases and a good pair of flush snips.