Monday, December 23, 2013

Table Top World buildings - Amazing

My terrain collection is not as complete as I would like it to be.  I'm short nearly everything man made.  This isn't helped by the fact that I dabble in Sci/Fi, Fantasy, several historical periods and two scales (28mm and 15mm).  I recently took steps to remedy part of this deficiency.  These three pieces came in the mail today; a very pleasant early Christmas present from Croatia.

The Blacksmith's forge from Table Top World.  Photo from Table Top World web site.

A couple of months ago I got a bonus at work.  Most of it went to paying bills and buying Christmas presents.  I saved out a portion, however, to buy myself some buildings from Table Top World.  Above is the Blacksmith's shop.  Every town needs a smith, so this will work for fantasy and historical.

This thing could be bigger, I suppose.  Photo from Table Top World web site.
The second piece was the coaching inn.  Again, every town needs an inn.  This one is fairly spectacular, in my opinion.  The odd shape and beautiful craftsman ship will make this a centerpiece model.

The last piece I got, because it was free with the other two, was the cottage.  This can be part of a town or a farm house in the country.  Either way, it will get lots of play.

This cottage is just amazing.  Photo from Table Top World web site.

These three pieces will go a long way to sprucing up the table for the appropriate games.  I won't be able to paint them until after the painting challenge, but I'm sure looking forward to the time when I will be free to finish these up.

They came packed in news paper, which may not sound like enough but everything is intact and flawless.  I have not found a bubble yet.  This terrain is not cheap but you get what you pay for.  Cianty has a review on his web site.  While you are there, take some time to look at the rest of his blog.  He's got amazing skills and really makes a table look great.

12 comments:

  1. Superb pieces, maybe one day I will have funds :)

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    1. I've been saying that since they started business. I really shouldn't have spent what I did, but I figured it was now or never. I'll be looking for less impressive pieces to fill out the rest.

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  2. Really nifty trio of buildings. Nifty? Actually, they are gorgeous! They have a bit of caricature look to them. Are you planning to utilize them in your fantasy projects?

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    1. Jonathan, they really are gorgeous. They will be for both fantasy and historical. I can live with the caricature (good description) just because they are so gorgeous.

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  3. Wow! Those are some nice buildings-the detail is excellent.

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    1. I'm just sitting here staring at them. They are breathtaking.

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    1. I've heard a rumor that they use actual stone to make their masters. I can believe it, looking at the quality.

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    1. These are top of the line for sure. I'm not sure there's anything better out there.

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  6. Those are terrific models. I am sure you will have all sorts of fun painting them. Thanks for the review, I shall check this company out.
    Wishing you and yours a very happy holidays,
    Michael

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    1. Michael, If you can afford it, this is the best out there. It's a little bit fantasy, but if that's what you want, or you are not too particular about your middle ages buildings, you can't beat these guys.

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