North Africa village

Started by michaelk, 29 April 2021, 01:18:29 PM

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michaelk

Hi all,

Sharing my recently completed North African village.


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Lord Kermit of Birkenhead

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toxicpixie

That's ace!

Where's it from?
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Techno II

I really shouldn't press buttons...before I know what will happen.<br />Probably STILL the most picked on member of the forum since the year dot.

michaelk

Paper terrain. All I add is a scissor, glue and a base. Get 27 buildings I think for 20 dollars and they come already painted.

Thanks for the kind words.


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Lord Kermit of Birkenhead

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Lord Speedy of Leighton

Very nice indeed.
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toxicpixie

Quote from: ianrs54 on 29 April 2021, 03:52:41 PM
Find the Junior Generals weeb site, lots of freebies there

I've downloaded their freebies, am in search of more ;)

That tempts me, Michael - I'd looked at the Paperterrain ones on the web but not seen them in the flesh (virtual flesh?!) as it were!
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Raider4

29 April 2021, 07:22:22 PM #8 Last Edit: 29 April 2021, 07:24:30 PM by Raider4
That looks great!.

Matakishi's has some great ideas & plans. I have made some of these myself, using cereal card instead of cork, and all the dimensions at 40% of his for use with 10mm.

Of course, they now need painting . . .
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michaelk

I also have them for my moderns in Europe. They are easy to work with and add good flavor to a table. When I set up a modern battle, but I use FFT3 (gasp) I will take some pics.


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