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  • #62032
    Angel Barracks
    Angel Barracks
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    So, like with my 6mm sci-fi where I made scatter terrain to make the game board feel more lived in, I am working on the same with my 15mm terrain.
    Whilst aimed at fantasy it can very much be used for historical, so far I have a few bits of scatter:

    What else would you like to see?

     

     

    #62038
    Rod Robertson
    Rod Robertson
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    Hi Mike:

    These look great! You might consider large ceramic amphorae, ox-hide copper ingots, bales of wool, sheaves of wheat/grain, chicken coops and cages, fish flakes (racks), tanning racks, carpet rolls, wooden crates, agricultural tools, a plough, a tent-covered open-air pub and furniture, a peddler and cart, a fishmonger’s stall, a wizard-snake-oil-salesman and his stall of wonders or his wagon of arcane wares. Is there any chance you might one day consider cloning this line to the 25/28mm size? The scatter terrain would be great for RPG games too.

    Cheers and good gaming.

    Rod Robertson.

    #62047
    Angel Barracks
    Angel Barracks
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    Good ideas thanks.

    No plans to go bigger than 15mm.

    Mind you I said that about 6mm.

    Mind you it did take 10 years.

    #62059

    Etranger
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    Market stalls of differing types! Essential for just about any urban setting from prehistoric times onwards. Perhaps ‘plain ones’ with a variety of insets for goods – eg food, fish, trinkets, etc.

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    #62063
    Rod Robertson
    Rod Robertson
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    Mike:

    Well they’re really very good nonetheless and they might be good for baggage trains and camps for my 15mm Ancients. Once I figure out how to pay for my next two Cold War excesses and buy some Bronze Age minis from two manufacturers, I will see about your lovely wares. Yum, yum!

    Cheers and good gaming.

    Rod Robertson.

    #62064
    kyoteblue
    kyoteblue
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    Really good looking and useful.

    #62066
    norm smith
    norm smith
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    Very nice, I love the realistic stone and timber effects on the well. A milestone for the roadside might prove useful in a wide range of periods.

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    #62100
    Darkest Star Games
    Darkest Star Games
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    Good ideas Rod.  Also maybe water trough, fountains (for less arid places), cooking fires, piles of rocks or bricks or blocks, cordage… I really like the odea of various bundles and boxes of goods and market stalls.

    "I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."

    #62101
    Angel Barracks
    Angel Barracks
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    Been doing some work on sacks, baskets and crates/boxes today.

     

     

    #62284
    malc johnston
    malc johnston
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    Very nice

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    #62624
    Darryl Smith
    Darryl Smith
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    Are you making these available for sale? I always am on the lookout for 15mm terrain, especially to bring more realism to the tabletop.

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    #62625
    Angel Barracks
    Angel Barracks
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    Been on a sale a while sir!

    http://cromsanvil.co.uk/

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