Textured Rolls

Texture rolls emboss a continuous pattern in modeling clay or on other materials such as Styrofoam.

Base design and terrain done professionally!
Sanded and tufted bases are classics, not only for Games Workshop miniatures. If you want to go a step further and individualize your minis and your whole army they need a life-like floor!

Whether it's the city guards standing on cobblestones, monks on a floor inlaid with sacred designs, or the wizard in his quarters adorned with arcane runes. There are coherent structure rollers for residents of foreign worlds and chaos supporters as well as for fierce northmen (and their descendants in the future), nature-loving elves and other peoples!

Your Age of Sigmar army as well as your Warhammer 40,000 squads and all other skirmish and crowd systems benefit from a matching base design that gives your favorite tabletop army a unified look!

And you don't have to stop there - we have a large selection ready for your terrain design: structural rollers with shingles & bricks, classic floor coverings such as wooden planks and paving stones in all possible laying forms, which will make your tabletop gaming table an absolute highlight.

Such lovingly designed details don't have to cost you more time!
An example using Green Stuff as modeling clay and a textured roller:
1. Knead the two components of the Green Stuff well until you get an even green color (without mottling or lumps).
2. Prepare the base(s) on which your models will later stand
3. Apply a 1-2mm thick layer of Green Stuff to the base by evenly flattening/rolling part of the mass on the base with your finger/palm or a smooth roller
4. The layer should not protrude beyond the base edge. You can remove all overhangs - e.g. with a craft knife - and reuse them immediately
5. Use a release agent on the textured roller (e.g. soapy water) so that nothing sticks
6. Roll the desired texture roller over the base to leave a pattern
7. If you are satisfied, let the base dry and then cut off the excess green stuff with a knife
8. You can make corrections by smoothing them out with a wet finger
9. After drying, you can attach your miniature to the designed base with pins or simply glue it
If your mini is still untreated, you can now prime and paint both together
Alternatively, you can prime and paint the base individually and finally glue on your already painted miniature

There are different approaches to ease of use, and you can choose between normal structured rollers made of one piece, with a handle or attached to a rolling pin - similar to a rolling pin in the kitchen.

In order to achieve an even thickness of the medium to be structured, silicone guide rings (available for the normal structure rollers) are useful.

Texture rolls are available in different sizes, from approx. 10cm in length to approx. 30cm in length. These are also available in different pattern depths. Thus, there is something for almost all base and terrain sizes and in terms of design, hardly any wishes remain unfulfilled.

Base design and terrain done professionally!
Sanded and tufted bases are classics, not only for Games Workshop miniatures. If you want to go a step further and individualize your minis and your whole army they need a life-like floor!

Whether it's the city guards standing on cobblestones, monks on a floor inlaid with sacred designs, or the wizard in his quarters adorned with arcane runes. There are coherent structure rollers for residents of foreign worlds and chaos supporters as well as for fierce northmen (and their descendants in the future), nature-loving elves and other peoples!

Your Age of Sigmar army as well as your Warhammer 40,000 squads and all other skirmish and crowd systems benefit from a matching base design that gives your favorite tabletop army a unified look!

And you don't have to stop there - we have a large selection ready for your terrain design: structural rollers with shingles & bricks, classic floor coverings such as wooden planks and paving stones in all possible laying forms, which will make your tabletop gaming table an absolute highlight.

Such lovingly designed details don't have to cost you more time!
An example using Green Stuff as modeling clay and a textured roller:
1. Knead the two components of the Green Stuff well until you get an even green color (without mottling or lumps).
2. Prepare the base(s) on which your models will later stand
3. Apply a 1-2mm thick layer of Green Stuff to the base by evenly flattening/rolling part of the mass on the base with your finger/palm or a smooth roller
4. The layer should not protrude beyond the base edge. You can remove all overhangs - e.g. with a craft knife - and reuse them immediately
5. Use a release agent on the textured roller (e.g. soapy water) so that nothing sticks
6. Roll the desired texture roller over the base to leave a pattern
7. If you are satisfied, let the base dry and then cut off the excess green stuff with a knife
8. You can make corrections by smoothing them out with a wet finger
9. After drying, you can attach your miniature to the designed base with pins or simply glue it
If your mini is still untreated, you can now prime and paint both together
Alternatively, you can prime and paint the base individually and finally glue on your already painted miniature

There are different approaches to ease of use, and you can choose between normal structured rollers made of one piece, with a handle or attached to a rolling pin - similar to a rolling pin in the kitchen.

In order to achieve an even thickness of the medium to be structured, silicone guide rings (available for the normal structure rollers) are useful.

Texture rolls are available in different sizes, from approx. 10cm in length to approx. 30cm in length. These are also available in different pattern depths. Thus, there is something for almost all base and terrain sizes and in terms of design, hardly any wishes remain unfulfilled.

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