Killing Fields Terrain (KFT) is relatively new to the game mat world. Their classic teddy bear fur mat has popped up on game tables all over the place. Now, The Wargaming Company (also a sponsor of Wargaming Recon) is the North American distributor of their mats.
Jonathan covers the classic grasslands mat by KFT. He shares what's good about it, what can be improved, and gives his recommendation on if you should buy it.
The MDF terrain segment (name pending Adrian being on the episode) is sponsored by Things From The Basement. We'll rate and cover MDF terrain kits, discuss tips and tricks for building them, and warn you of pitfalls to avoid.
This time Jonathan asks you to learn from his mistakes when you build & paint the Yamashiro Mountain Fort Wall set designed and sold by Things From the Basement. He also shares a neat technique suitable for mimicking concrete texture on MDF terrain kits. He uses the Big A/C unit from the industrial range of Things From the Basement's products.
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We've added some more of the Pegasus Hobbies products to the Minibits websites, all designed for 28mm gaming. This batch includes a selection of pre-painted fences, walls and sandbags, as well as a pack of plastic barbed wire.