I had a bizarrely uncharacteristic, freakishly blazing desire to get some terrain pieces done - so I ran with the urge before I came to my senses.
I'm a big fan of the products from Architects of War. Their stuff is durable, characterful and very robust. I realize the cost of their kits are often at a premium, but I reason that good quality terrain is like 'a gift that keeps on giving' - once it's done it's always a treat to put on the table. So here are five items from their stock-list that I've managed to bash out over the past few weeks:
|'Wait, dude, is that, like, cannabis?' Now, talk about a terrain objective...|
|I really wanted to put a tiny teddy bear laying on the lip of the well but Sarah said that was too dark, even for me.|
a Dark Age stone hut,
|'Don't get put off by the whole 'hut' thing. Rather, think of it as a minimalist starter home...'|
two pink pigs in their poke,
|Orville and Wilbur daydreaming of a world that hates bacon.|
and finally, a machine-gun emplacement.
|From the pages of 'Better Holes & Trenches': the self composting MG nest.|
|This piece will come in handy for WWII skirmish games like 'Bolt Action', 'Chain of Command', etc.|
|Remove the top of the emplacement and you get a rather grisly knocked-out version. Yeesh!|
To be frank I'm not completely cured of the terrain-making bug (well, it's more just assembling/painting), so I may have a few more items rolling off the table over the next little while.