Mark your goals, mark your objectives, mark your territory without the use of urine. All this is possible and more with this set of lovingly crafted, Imperial-themed banners!
Because we can’t make anything “ordinary” this is the 3T-Studios spin on a wargaming staple, the sectional river. This is a 4 piece set of river sections, interchangeable and reconfigurable. One Piece has a bridge, another has a crumbling tower. I’ll let the pictures tell the rest of this macabre story.
Some items are out, some are in. New in the fixed listings for resin cast terrain and scenery accessories are these:
Next we have these handsome chaos-styled broken icons, great for objective markers or custom figure bases:
And a very special guest is back, our old favorites the fumaroles!
See all this, plus some odd goodies we’re liquidating in our eBay profile, and feel good knowing you’re supporting your local terrain builders union.
Back to basics! Except we can’t make anything easy, and our plan to “make a couple hills” turned into this huge lot of plateau-styled mountains, packed with realism, washed out gulleys, boulders, brush and grass, jagged edges and detail out the wazoo, and most of all, built for play! EDIT: Only one left, I don’t have a buy-it-now so ya’ll gonna have to fight for it.
Another set of Dangerous Terrain us up now, this set features a new kind of danger, a toxic, blobby sludge beast rising from the caustic goop, ready to pull hapless wanderers and illegal dumpers into its toothy maw.
Go see our eBay auction here and grab this bad-boy before Captain Planet comes and gives someone a stern talking-to!
This week we have a 5 piece set of Ork structures, a good, solid encampment or village ready to give your greenskins a place to hang their… shootas n’ ‘ardware.
In addition, our Ork mistress Mismuse has made these lovely sets of banners and markers, outdoing herself on the level of quality and detail.
We love making gates, and we get better and better at it all the time.
This piece features a variety of our custom sculpts and bits, worked together to create an ornate and ominous relic jutting from the landscape. Piles and piles of skulls just add to the threat, and just to top it off, I painted a very detailed, completely scratch-built banner for use on this piece or any of our markers/stands.