As they say in their background “Tired of using glue and cardboard to do your scennery”, if so, the solution is in a click. The guys of Thunder Chrome, David Martinez and Matías Parragués, a year ago developed a project that has reached its maturity with the departure this week of the new range of Sci Fi scennery, that in principle will leave in the patronage platform KickStarter.
Hello again, this is Eduard reviewing some stuff for you!
I just purchased two Green Stuff World Textured Rolling Pins, and I’d like to share my experience to you.
Made of clear PMMA plastic with amazing non stick properties. Not toxic. They come in several different textures that you can purchase based on your specific needs.
Length: 14’50 cm (5’5 inches)
Diameter: 2’5cm (1 inch)
Pattern Size: 5×10 mm (variable with multiple stone types, all of them different)
Recommended Scales: 1/22 – 1/32 – 1/35 – 1/43 – 1/48
Hi,,, another piece of scenery for flames of war, one lake or pond… using the same technic than the tree bases…. its very easy c´mon let´s go!!!
For those job we needed:
- 3 mm black pvc foam.
- HotMelt gun and glue bars…
- Tiny saw.
- X-Acto knife
- Sand and peebles.
- Static Grass.
- Medium Gel.
- Gap filler.
- Gloss coat.
- Tufts and flowers.
- No more…;)
Months ago I purchased one piece of resin from Heer46 thx to Denis Schumacher for the support, quick service and great stuff.
The quality of the piece its great, the main element of the piece its the German Eagle over the debris, its a good modelled eagle but it seams to be 3d printed, because you can see the little lines of the printing process, I think this little problem will be solved and the next pieces provided of the Eagle will be more clean. Read More
Hi mates, here i´m with another quick scennery tuto, easy to do and very effective once you place at the game table.
For those one I used…
- Open Fire cardboard Terrain Templates.
- 3 mm PVC Foam sheets, one Din A4 is enough to have two pieces of terrain.
- Sand and gravel.
- Static grass.
- X-Acto knife and tiny shaw.
Hi…Using the blueprints of standard houses I did those one…Its very easy, just folow the same measures than a fow standard house and then do it but whitout roofing them…usually those kind of buildings have not roof.
Yes…It´s half diy because I taked the other half on a Railway Stuff Shop, thx to Heiki for those kindy set.
Each bag includes 12 telegraph poles, enough to place near a road or railway track. For the bases I used 25 mm rounded ones of Forex or PVC Foamy….easy to cut and bevel with X-Acto kniffe.
Hi…here I´m with the Nemesis of the Great War Infantry combined with the Heavy Machine Gun!!!, the “Barbed Wire” those element It´s a must have on a fortified list or if you have a Pionier list, with Supply Trucks, can allow to deploy on the table, two sections of those defensive element, it makes too difficult the access of vehicles, remember becomes to a difficult terrain and all vehicles who crosses them move only 20 cm …
Hi mates…!!! here I´m whith another piece of scennery who is a must have in every Battle table, gives conceleament to the units and gives personality booth urban or Country landscapes.
For those worklog we need…
- Black carboard for the floor or wall section.
- Foam Core board to do the walls.
- HotMelt gun.
- X-Acto Knife.
- Elmer´s Glue.
- Metal Ruler.
- Acrylic Paints.
- Sand, peebles, gravel.
- Static grass, tufts and flowered tufts.
- Corrugated board.
We prepared the basic shape of those L-Junction wall. We cuted also the wall with foam core board, in those example we did the central section collapsed.