[This article is part of the Painting for Tournaments article series.]
The interesting thing about tournaments and paint scoring is the inclusion of a little thing called a display board. Display boards go miles towards making your army look more cohesive and they also tell a story about your army. A well done display board will always net you additional paint points as opposed to not having one. So, if you want to do an elaborate basing theme that is really brought together by a sweet display board, then you are set. Take a look at Jawaballs' army for Nova this year:
|Sweet job, JB, sweet job.|
If you are just aiming, for getting bases done, take a look at my previous article. It's for you. I hope that helps clarify my thoughts on basing a bit more. I will talk more towards the end of the series about how to set up an army and display board for maximum effect.
Thanks for reading.
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