Step 9: Prime and paint the tower
I used spray paint but you can use whatever you want on this part.
I had a spare can of Rustoleum textured paint I wanted to try out. It needed a black undercoat, so first I had to prime the tower black.
When painting the tower, be sure to get the entrance and exit holes. You'll have to tilt the tower a bit and aim the spray paint inside to make sure it's covered all the way down that is visible.
Once it was primed and dried, I broke out the textured paint. This came out of the can in a tighter cone than the primer so I had to pay attention to get even coverage. It took a couple of passes but in the end there was even coverage all around, even inside the tower top and bottom.
Once the final paint job is done, I took a knife and pulled up the masking tape on the felt.
At this point, it's done! Time to roll those dice and see what you get.
There are a lot of ways you can paint or modify foamboard to make it look like something besides foamboard. Do a search for "foamboard building terrain" or "foamcore building terrain" and look at some of the options.
I hope you find this instructable useful and thanks for getting to the end of it.
Keep those dice rollin'!