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Author Topic: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!  (Read 24969 times)

Offline King Arthur

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I have updated the opening post with another great find, Black Cat Bases! Some really good pieces to be found in their store!

Offline Wyrmalla

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Looks like the company Schulcz has loads of useful household furniture.

https://www.architekturbedarf.de/model-accessories/model-furniture/1_50/1

* Tsk, damn, already on the list! :)
« Last Edit: September 01, 2018, 12:14:15 AM by Wyrmalla »

Offline Wyrmalla

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #77 on: September 23, 2018, 07:15:33 PM »
OK, actual stuff this time.

I've mentioned them before, but SASM have came out with some more products that may be worth looking into.



Whilst aimed at being stowage for vehicles, those laptops, coolers, canisters, containers, etc would do for plenty of modern scenery pieces.

http://www.kingshobbiesandgames.com/Accessories-s/193.htm

Offline King Arthur

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Re: City Scatter, Scenery, Furniture - A Gamers Guide to sourcing the cool stuff!
« Reply #78 on: September 27, 2018, 10:00:58 AM »
Opening page's list has been updated with Dave's Decals.

Offline SkullMonger

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I've just built my first couple of MDF buildings and one question - what do you guys do with your doors?

Do you leave them? Remove them entirely? Put them on clever hinges?

e.g. the doors on the TTCombat Mini Mart:


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I have left them in the ones I have built. I would like to have them on some hinges. But I am not clever enough to make something that looks decent.

Offline clanmac

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I tend to inset them a bit or put a little plasticard trim around them, just to get away from that flatness that Lasercut stuff can have sometimes.
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Offline clanmac

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New find.

Came across these randomly while scouring model railway stuff for the wasteland. How cool is this?

Preiser 1/43 but scaling looks great for 28-32mm. Coats, suitcases, bags, shoes. Perfect for the abandoned remnants of pre-apocalypse life.




Offline Dr. Zombie

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Do you have a link to where they can be bought?

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Offline Raptoruk

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Now those I can use, thankyou a great find

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Offline Mason

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Unsure if these new additions have been mentioned, but Oshiro have loads of new additions that could be useful:

https://oshiromodels.wixsite.com/oshiromodelswebshop/urbanfuture


Offline King Arthur

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Thank you! Added to the opening post.


Unsure if these new additions have been mentioned, but Oshiro have loads of new additions that could be useful:

https://oshiromodels.wixsite.com/oshiromodelswebshop/urbanfuture



Thanks Paul, James at Oshiro is doing some great stuff and his website is already on the opening list.


Doh!  o_o o_o

It's here.

http://www.gaugemaster.com/item_details.asp?code=PR65811&r=1

Nice! Adds another item to his list of stuff to buy......  ;)

 

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