terrains


Terrain – Boxes and containers [Kromlech & GW]

Hello! In today’s post, we continue with the terrains for gaming table. On the pictures you can see models from two sets: Imperial Supply Containers & Crates (Kromlech) and Munitorum Armoured Containers (GW). Boxes and containers are an almost obligatory element of the battle table, which aspires to reconstruct an industrial zone, a transshipment port or a warehouse. They vary in appearance and create modular covers, which can be almost freely modified. Several stacked containers completely block the line of sight for even the largest models. A big surprise was the high quality of the terrains produced by Kromlech. All the elements were cut out in HDF with high precision, perfectly matching each other. The material is not thick and clumsy, but still very durable. Many other manufacturers do not pay attention to such details. GW “gothic containers” are well known – their aesthetics does not suit everyone, but fits in with the general style of Sector Mechanicus. Models painted by o

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Terrain – Multiverse Gaming Mainframe / Supercomputer

  Hello! In today’s post I would like to present you a model of a supercomputer / workstation prepared by one of our artists. Terrain produced by Multiverse Gaming is made of HDF and thick model cardboard. Fitting the parts is quite good, assembly along with cleaning / grinding takes a little time. The model after minor conversions (added ground texture and pipes) received quite intense, striking colors. It will be great for every Fallout and Warhammer 40k table The key to painting intense colors on the terrains made of HDF is to correctly base them. In our studio we use quite a thickly airbrushed primer Vallejo Matt Black Surface Primer, which after 24 hours we spray Vallejo Grey Surface Primer. Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com or Messenger.

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Star Wars: Legion – Downed AT-ST

Hello! It’s time to reveal the first card in the Star Wars: Legion series on our blog. For the uninitiated, this is a system from Fantasy Flight Games. It focuses on playing medium sized battles in the Star Wars universe. Currently, the game covers the period of the so-called “old trilogy”, i.e. film episodes IV-VI. Soon there will be a big expansion, which will take us to the time of Clone Wars (episodes I-III). The set that I present to you today is one of the officially released elements of the scenery. The figurine is really big, with quite a lot of details. It can only scare away with the price, because it costs exactly as much as the normal AT-ST. In the set we also get a few cards useful in the game. We decided to enrich the original set with a bit of vegetation – a tufts, bushes, grass and lichens. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Soon you can expect a lot of Legion on our blog. Be alert! Commission painting services- minisforwar@gmail.com / Messenger

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Star Wars: Legion – Imperial Bunker

Hello! Today I would like to present you a model of a bunker painted by our Studio, produced by the Polish manufactory Multiverse Gaming. The set is a mix of laser-cut HDF and thick model cardboard, from which finer details have been prepared (including the ribbing of walls). Sticking together and preparing the building for painting should not be a problem for any modeler. As a primer we used two layers of black, matt Vallejo Surface Primer applied with an airbrush. Later on, we used different shades of grey from the Vallejo Game Air palette. The effects of soiling are dry pigments and carefully applied inks. The model has a simple shape and well reflects the climate of the Imperial outpost somewhere on the Endor. I invite you to see the rest of the photos and follow us on social profiles. Commission Painting Services – minisforwar@gmail.com or Facebook Messenger

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Terrains – Zen Terrain / City

Hello! Terrains from ZEN Terrain manufactory fell into my hands again. Some of the smallest buildings, a motorcycle bar and two larger houses. The quality of workmanship of the parts is on a really good level. The elements come to us packed in cardboard packaging, the instructions are quite clear and the parts are perfectly cut out. Assembling is easy and each element fits the other. Compared to Tabletop Scenics, these are rather simple, uncomplicated solids with an average number of details. Painting was based on the application of two layers of primer (black + grey), which prevented fading of the proper color. Thanks to this it was possible to obtain quite vivid colours. I invite you to see the photo gallery below. Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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