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Offline Earther

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #15 on: September 29, 2017, 01:06:07 PM »
This thread needs to be a sticky. Hopefully a mod could do that?

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #16 on: September 29, 2017, 01:20:13 PM »
Agree on the Sticky - this is proving to be just brilliant for an obsessive bits hoarder like me. Just spent £70 on filing cabinets, tables, sewing machines and air compressors from Microform. Look what you made me do King Arthur!
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Offline King Arthur

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #17 on: September 29, 2017, 02:40:21 PM »
Agree on the Sticky - this is proving to be just brilliant for an obsessive bits hoarder like me. Just spent £70 on filing cabinets, tables, sewing machines and air compressors from Microform. Look what you made me do King Arthur!

 lol

I'v already mentally spent thousands I think!!!!! I'm building a City with furnished interiors...... I can also thank you good Sir for be about to purchase Pool Tables, Arcade Machines from Resina Planet and having to look around for bar stools and tables to adorn a Pub for my City now  ;)

Please could you post a pic or write a small review for the MicroForm products as I too will certainly be ordering quite a bit from them in the near future, so your input would be well appreciated!

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #18 on: September 29, 2017, 03:25:32 PM »
lol

I'v already mentally spent thousands I think!!!!! I'm building a City with furnished interiors...... I can also thank you good Sir for be about to purchase Pool Tables, Arcade Machines from Resina Planet and having to look around for bar stools and tables to adorn a Pub for my City now  ;)

Please could you post a pic or write a small review for the MicroForm products as I too will certainly be ordering quite a bit from them in the near future, so your input would be well appreciated!

Guilty as charged - and on the review, definitely. Hoping my pile of bits will arrive shortly.

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Add Sarissa to the list : http://www.sarissa-precision.com/

Also, Armorcast has a fair amount of scatter terrain.   http://armorcast.com/

And thank you, Mathias, for making this a sticky.  Much appreciated.
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What about Micro Arts Studio?......

https://shop.microartstudio.com/en/

Offline King Arthur

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Thanks for the Sticky, much appreciated!

Opening post updated with 4 new links, thanks for the suggestions chaps and keep 'em coming, you can never have too many places to buy shiny things  :D

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OK, we're now getting into deep shiny obsession. Was looking for some bicycles to leave lying around. Most O scale ones are silly money but I found this lot:

http://www.sportgoodies.fr/shop/en/31-accessories

I've bought some of the 1/43 ones. Will post some pics once assembled.

Offline King Arthur

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OK, we're now getting into deep shiny obsession. Was looking for some bicycles to leave lying around. Most O scale ones are silly money but I found this lot:

http://www.sportgoodies.fr/shop/en/31-accessories

I've bought some of the 1/43 ones. Will post some pics once assembled.

Nice find!

Opening post updated!

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Good thread! Thanks for this! There now more for me on my shopping list! :o

Exactly what I was thinking.
A bloody brilliant idea.
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That King Arthur is a legend......
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Oh, boo, Mason.  Really?


And I had almost forgotten Acheson Creations:  https://www.achesoncreations.com/

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Oh, boo, Mason.  Really?

Yep.
I know, it was terrible.....
 ;)

Anyway, not sure if anyone has added any of the 1:48 scale dolls house suppliers, as their stuff is very usable and the brown plastic furniture is double cheap. I have used it some of my 'ruined' builds.







A bit blurry, but you can pick out the Grandfather-clock and a few bits of furniture falling through the floor, as well as some bits in the rubble.

Very useful stuff here, but there are others:

http://www.petite-properties.com/



Offline King Arthur

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Thanks for the two new stores chaps and Mason, yes, lots of Dolls House vendors in the list! It was actually you that sent me down that merry path after I was reading your threads on those ruined houses and  you recommend A Trifle Small as a good source of 1:48 bits and pieces  :)


Offline King Arthur

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Opening post updated with 2 more links:

Innovative Hobby Supply has some nice looking Chain Link Fences and Pats Laser Cuttings is based in Holland and by all accounts produces some very nice pieces, especially for all you TWD players out there!

Also, what is really missing from the list are vendors in Europe that stock Chain Link Fences, Barbed Wire and also weapons, Bats, Blades, Guns etc so if anyone knows of where to source those, please let me know!

Thanks

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I would like to add Thomarillion as well known and good sorted supplier of all kinds of Terrain for a lot of settings, incl. modern and post Apoc.

http://www.thomarillion.de/?language=en&page=now_available

 

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