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Author Topic: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!  (Read 9982 times)

Offline beefcake

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Great thread. Sorry nothing to add just marking this one for future ideas :)


Offline King Arthur

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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

Thanks kumpel, already had that one, some great bits and pieces on offer from Thomarillion!

Added to the opening post, Fogou Models and Warlord Games - Bolt Action Terrain - if anyone owns any of these Bolt Action pieces are they true 28mm or more Heroic? The reason I ask is that for example TT Combats City Scatter states suitable for 28mm but when placed up against my Studio Miniatures models, the TT stuff is on the large side!

Cheers

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Did not see Knights of Dice on the list and they have some cracking stuff for populating cities etc:

http://knightsofdice.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=51_53



Offline King Arthur

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Did not see Knights of Dice on the list and they have some cracking stuff for populating cities etc:

http://knightsofdice.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=51_53



Thanks Mason

Now added to the list.

Offline King Arthur

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Updated the opening post with:

SSCC Printables, they are 1/6th scale but can be scaled down.

Northstar Models has some nice etched tools.

Offline King Arthur

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I discovered a gem that Clanmac will now spend all his money on  ;)

Opening post updated with Severn Models

Offline clanmac

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I discovered a gem that Clanmac will now spend all his money on  ;)

Opening post updated with Severn Models

Slaps own forehead loudly and starts sending emails to banks and loansharks....

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Mac

It's not big, or clever, but let's do it anyway

https://www.facebook.com/Junkt0wn/

Offline King Arthur

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Slaps own forehead loudly and starts sending emails to banks and loansharks....

 :D

 lol

Well, I just ordered some products from them  ;)

Offline clanmac

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A couple of quick pics - I bought some stuff from 'a trifle small' - saw horse, saw, pots and pans. A chance to see them in the post apocalyptic flesh so to speak. The stove is  Grandt Line bought on Ebay.





Very pleased with this - nice stuff and pretty cheap (if you consider spending a few quid on tiny pieces of plastic and metal something other than full blown madness that is).

Also a pic of the bike from Sportgoodies.

« Last Edit: October 05, 2017, 10:35:15 PM by clanmac »

Offline King Arthur

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Epic!

The Saw and accompanying Horse look great! The Bike is good too! Thanks for sharing your madness   ;D

Offline King Arthur

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Opening post updated with Spartan Games and Green Stuff World.

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Opening post updated with Spartan Games and Green Stuff World.

It may also be worth noting that Spartan Games are/have ceased operating.
I have no idea if anyone is taking on any of their lines, though....


Offline King Arthur

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It may also be worth noting that Spartan Games are/have ceased operating.
I have no idea if anyone is taking on any of their lines, though....



Thanks mason, didn't know as they still have a functioning website. Do you know if their stuff is true 28mm or more heroic? If they are closing soon, I'd be interested in some of the bits.

Cheers

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Thanks mason, didn't know as they still have a functioning website. Do you know if their stuff is true 28mm or more heroic? If they are closing soon, I'd be interested in some of the bits.

Cheers

Depends what you are after.
I think the scenery line passes well enough for 28.
I only have their medical set to base that on, although I have seen a few of the other pieces and they are good scale-wise.

Their Dystopian Legions figures are a fair bit bigger than 29's, more like 35's I reckon.

Not sure the exact state of play regarding ordering from them...check this thread out for more info:

http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=103360.0


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King Arthur, I've got quite a few of the Spartan Scenics cabinets in my Gunshop model, now re-uploaded below after the Photobucket fiasco. I'd agree with Mason - scale is fine for 28mm and it is wonderful stuff, but getting harder to find. As soon as they went bust I bought another 3 sets on e-bay just in case and I'm glad I did.

http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=79344.msg1190800#msg1190800

 

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