Catan board test all with Baltic birch

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Numbers completed

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#22

FYI, I got griped at for making the markings for roll frequencies too hard to see on the ones I made, so you might get dinged for not having them altogether. :wink:

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#23

What are roll frequencies arnt those the little numbers i. Printed in the middle circles

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#24

They indicate how frequently a number comes up when you roll the dice, which figures in to deciding where to place your roads and towns. I used little stars around the edges to show them, after learning of their necessity. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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#25

I did not like the numbers so i redid them with the dots and letters on the back. This would be a great application for some sandwiched acrylic with a color in the middle where you engrave away the top layer to reveal the under color

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#26

Looks pretty good on the board

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#27

Oh, yes! I like the touch of blue with all the woodgrains. :slight_smile: You’re making me want to do another Catan set!

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#28

I switched to acrylic for the numbers. I think it looks clraner

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#29

After some stain

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#30

I like them all, but the sheep are particularly amazing!

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#31

I varnished the tops and started printing out the borders

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#33

Looks perfect. Colors are great.

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#34

Gorgeous!!

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#35

Absolutely amazing.

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#37

The border pieces were purchased off of Etsy (the svg) I’ll find the link and post it. Be aware that the single jigsaw pieces have to be upsized by exactly 6% to fit the glowforge Catan pieces

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#38

Done

I did the numbers in black acrylic

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#39

Everything turned out amazingly.

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