Smoke, Explosion and Scenery all starting in 2D
Here is the smoke before I cut it out. A word of caution it takes a while to cut these out and a self healing cutting mat is a must.
Once cut out and assembled you have 3 full sections of smoke to be used for smoke screens, each one is the size of the artillery template.
Explosion markers come the same as the smoke screen and have to be cut out. This will take even more time than the smoke screen.
Once they are cut out you glue the two halves together and then glue them to a base, I used some pennies I had lying around. As you can see they look great for battle reports and AARs if you are taking still pictures but don't work as well if you are taking video footage and are getting footage of them from the side.
All in all this is a inexpensive way to get some outstanding gaming aides and give your FoW (or any miniature war game) and more dynamic feel. I give them 4/5 thompsons, the only issue is just how long it takes and the edges aren't perforated so you can just punch them out.