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sultanbev

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10mm wargaming terrain
« on: October 07, 2018, 12:46:54 PM »
Having just swapped all my 15mm WW2 for 10mm, am now hunting down buildings suitable for the Mediterranean theatre, eastern Europe, NW Europe and the Middle East.

I've decided resin is too heavy, so am going with card buildings. Although they take time to build, they are "ready painted" and assembly time is much quicker than painting them.
Over on the Wargames Vault there are some sellers of 28mm buildings for medieval/fantasy type settings, but many of these are suitable for us. Scaling from 28mm to 10mm is 34% of the print size.
Dave Graffam models have a free sample coach-house which has mutliple layers in the Abode pdf file, which I had to learn about, from which I've made 4 buildings so far.
https://www.wargamevault.com/browse/pub/2985/Dave-Graffam-Models?src=browse2985
The biggest cost is probably your ink and 200gms card, which is about 10p an A4 sheet round here.
I base mine on mounting board for extra stability.

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Re: 10mm wargaming terrain
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2019, 11:00:12 AM »
For 15mm and 10mm I gave up resin and card years ago in favor of Latex : ( ok with a few exceptions ) see :

https://miniatureworldmaker.com.au/

Lightweight and more durable ... some of my elements are over 10years old and still undistinguishable from those bought this year ...great quality product from Aussies .

Even shipping from Australia to France comes in endurable delays so the Cape is not much farther to Austalia in