|Two road sections.|
I started by taking a belt sander and beveling the edges. This is much easier and faster than my old method, which involved much pain and a wood rasp. Happily I found my belt sander this weekend while I was looking for tiling tools and supplies. A double win on the hobby front, even if I'll have to spend a day next weekend laying tile.
|Five more road sections.|
The next step will be to paint them the same brown as the table then dry brush them up to a lighter shade. I'll slap some sand and gravel on each edge and the center, put down some flock and static grass and, done.
These seven sections will allow me to build a straight road across the table. I'll have to cut up some more to get curves, a T junction and some more straight sections to fill the whole table, when appropriate.