When playing a game of song of x, dba and other smaller games it is a bit big to use the 2'x4' gameboards I've done earlier, so I decided to give my small dba table a little makeover.
It's four really easy steps, but for those who want a little help to make their own, i took pictures of the process so you can follow and do it yourself:
This is where I began, a little paint, white glue and static grass (I mixed several different types to get my variant) as well as the four boring felt clad wooden boards:
Paint all the boards!
Add a little sand mixed with white glue if you want. Here it is winter and the sand outside is more or less like a pit of concrete, so I used vallejos grey pumice instead, my favourite texture material.
Paint the now dried texture, I drybrushed a few layers of brown, each lighter than the previous.
Mix some white glue with water about 50/50, and paint one board, then pour a lot of static grass on it, allow to dry for a while then shake off everything that did not stuck. Make sure to shake it on a newspaper so you easily can use it again! Repeat three more times and youre done!