Wargame Laser Cut Terrain :: Stone Bridge – Fun Elements

Posted: 27th February 2013 by wargamesscenery in News

Wargame Laser Cut Terrain :: Stone Bridge - Fun Elements

Wargame Laser Cut Terrain - my 2nd Laser Cut terrain piece - a Bridge for both 28mm and 15mm wargames.
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Whatever video gaming system you play, at some point you are going to want a building or 2 as terrain for your field of battle. Buildings offer cover, protect devices, direct the enemy into traps, can be garrisoned with your troops and usually add to the setting of a game. The bleak future globe of Warhammer 40K looks wonderful with bunkers, bastions and ruined buldings in general. Bulidings add considerably to Warhammer fantasy battlefields too, particularly if like me you such as to tell stories with your games - that Empire farmhouse or town is simply ripe for a raid from the Beastmen or Orcs and Goblins. With the 8th Edition of Warhammer out now, specific types of developing feature in the guidelines such as a Wizards Tower or Dwarf Brewery (I'm making one of those at the moment).
So, provided that structures substantially improve your wargames scenery, exactly how do you deal with getting some? You could of course make your very own (and see my basic building how-to in other places on the site) or get them prepared made, or as a halfway residence in kit kind. If developing your own, the traditional approach of making them is to construct the framework from foam card, which permits the possibility of taking the roof covering off to station your models in the building itself. I made my last building and am making my Dwarf brewery straight from foam blocks (though these obviously cannot be straight garrisoned by your designs). You can additionally short cut the process by buying kit structures for your wargames terrain. Games Workshop make a nice selection of plastic kit structures for Warhammer and Warhammer 40K but they are fairly costly. You can additionally get kits of pre-cast plaster (usually dental plaster) bricks and blocks to assemble your very own buildings from, either simply as is or in a kit to construct a certain structure. Hirst Arts regularly provide the molds for these and produce a large assortment of them. Kits of blocks are generally produced by Hirst Arts licensed sellers and often offered on eBay. A well assembled and painted example of these makes exceptionally climatic scenery for a wargame.
Whether you build your very own from scratch, from a kit or decide on a prepared made building - you truly do need to add some buildings to your supply of terrain for your wargames.


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