In which I blog about my miniature wargaming and whatever else takes my interest!

In which I blog about my miniature wargaming and whatever else takes my interest!

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Terrain From Friends

Some nice random gifts of terrain from friends recently.

Don in sunny Las Vegas has been getting into 3D printing and sent me a box of trials. There are some misprints and a few pieces don't go together quite as intended, but free is nice. I've been waiting to get my recent game picked up so I could unpack the very big box and have a good fondle. 

Some of the stl files that he is using have incredible detail. I could do with a nice Boulangerie. 

Some resin bits he's decided are surplus to need got included too. Bridges and more entrenchments are always useful. The simple log bridges will look good anywhere, especially, I'm thinking Russia. 

Three identical resin houses. I'm thinking with the addition of thatch to the rooftops, they might look good on the Russian Front. I need more Russian Front terrain. 

Another random gift was this nifty little marsh that Pasha Dan knocked up. I've been letting the water effects resin cure for a week before painting the reeds and flocking the edge. But a marsh has been on my to-do list for 30 years or so! Note 28mm figure. 

Final note,  I played in another remote game of What A Tanker on Friday night. I was victorious despite technical problems. Forced one PzIV to bail and then ran over the crew so they couldn't get off table and come back. Then got the kill shot on the last PzIV to win the game. 


  1. The best thing about free, it how affordable it is ;) They look pretty nice - can't wait to see them done up.