It will work for sci-fi or fantasy equally well.
So I ran across this short little how to video on YouTube and it is so cool I thought you might be interested.
It will work for sci-fi or fantasy equally well.
Thomarilion keeps putting out great products and I feel obligated in showcasing them here!
Catapulting to the number one spot is the Catapult, yeah I went there.
Coming in at 9.99 € (or $10.89 USD) with laser cut wood parts it is a relatively straight forward build and should be ready for you tabletop in short order.
Next we have The Dark Sovereign, also priced at 9.99 € (or $10.89 USD), ceramic casting is 60mm x 65mm (or 2.36" x 2.55"). It can certainly spruce up a spartan table.
Finally we have the Castle Fireplace, an essential when your adventurer's need to ward of a damp chill from a cool spring night. Priced at 5.25 € (or $5.73 USD) and constructed out of durable resin, it is certain to give that room a needed lived in feel.
Let me know what you think in the comments.
Until next time!
Fantasy Arc has recently released their first two models for this new line of laser cut terrain, the Elven Tree Fort and the Elven Staircase.
The Tree Fort is priced at $79.99 USD and the Elven Staircase fetches $99.99 USD. Obviously Elves don't live in the cheap side of town, however given the level of detail that these models incorporate their craftsmanship is on display.
I have some concerns about the staircase and what I perceive as a lack of accessibility to place minis on the staircase itself. It certainly is quite the piece of scenery.
What say you?
While I was certainly disappointed that the Kickstarter for Arab Buildings didn't get funded, I am extremely pleased to report that their Normandy D-Day Kickstarter is fully funded with lots of great stretch goals already unlocked! You can get in on this campaign as it has 26 days to go at the time of publication.
For me, this combined with the WW2 buildings from Printable Scenery that I have purchased and printed out, will allow me to do a great 4 by 8 table for Bolt Action.
Top left picture shows the long house in 28mm and how it fits on an 8" printer bed.
Top right, you can see the Hotel Restaurant in 15mm, perfect for Flames of War.
Middle left, the massive 28mm Barn printed out in 2 parts on the print bed.
Middle right, the beefy 28mm Shed.
Bottom left, a sample of one house printed at 15mm, 1/72 (20mm) and 28mm.
I backed this campaign with the 40 Euro pledge, which entitles you to the base 6 buildings, garden walls, a well and an outhouse in addition to all of the stretch goals!
If you have an interest in WW2 wargaming and a 3D printer this is a great campaign for you to jump in on...HERE!
It has been a while since I swung by Antenociti's Workshop and he certainly has been busy.
Starting things off we have the "Metro Terminus & Stop Signs". Priced at £23.00 ($28.49 USD), it is a multi-part set that has a combination of acrylic and resin pieces with pre-painted MDF.
One of the elements that I like about Infinity is the incredible color that they infuse into the table wargame genre, no doubt a result of the Anime derivation. That brings us to the "Avalon Tri-Ads Large". Priced at £22.00 ($27.25 US), these two triangular towers come with 6 different photo print quality adverts. When they say towers, they mean that these are scaled to be as tall as a three-story Infinity building!
If you need some more inspiration for your Infinity terrain or miniature painting please swing by my Pinterest board dedicated to Infinity: the wargame not the car.
TT Combat has been busy during my absence and they have come up with an impressive Motel set. Now, you don't have to get all of it at once, although I am sorely tempted to, as they have broken it up into manageable sections.
First up we have the Deluxe Motel Section.
Priced at £27.95 ($34.58 USD) with a tabletop footprint of width 32cm (12.6"), depth 21cm (8.26"), and a height of 17cm (6.69"). It includes two stairways and four bed frames, along with the Deluxe Motel Corner Section. Constructed of 3mm MDF and 1mm Grey Board, they provide downloadable construction instructions.
Of course, your first stop should be Motel Reception.
Modestly priced at £9.95, it has a width of 24.5cm (9.64"), depth 11cm (4.33") and a height of 17cm (6.69"). It features a reception desk, stairway and two bar stools.
Just for the sake of argument, lets say that you want to supersize this bad boy. Well, you can get the Highway Motel, for £21.95 ($27.16 USD), which will add 32cm (12.6"), a depth of 15.5cm (6.1") for the building with an additional 5cm (1.97") for the balcony.
This is comprised of three of the Motel Sections so you can configure them as needed, along with two stairways.
If you add in the Dinogas Filling Station (£14.95) and scratch build a diner, well you would have yourself quite the desert oasis.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
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