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A little bit of small medieval town.

Table terrain for Bretonnia

Few months ago we have managed to find a nice house,moved in, settled down, had some parties and now it is time to come back to hobby. The very first thing you need to do is find a piece of wood for the table (done), enrolled some friends into Warhammer (done) and start making the terrain. Not done. 

Being extremely busy last few months, I can not afford myself to loose few weeks just to build a hut, tower, hills and other stuff. So I will probably order few buildings from those guys. I love it, it is nice, looks solid, detailed and it`s decent price.

Here is a short text about them:

Who we are

We are two friends who, back in 1997, started to create scenic pieces for our own gaming table. As time passed, our skills evolved and the projects became more and more complex and challenging. In 2007, having reached the high-quality level, we’ve decided to start production and casting of highly realistic terrain features in resin, suitable for wargames and static modeling.

Why Tabletop World

When constructing buildings we always want them to look as close to real life as possible. That is why we actually build our stone walls stone by stone just like they did in medieval times. This is what distinguishes us most from other manufacturers. It may be very time consuming but it’s worth the effort. We feel it’s the only way to really achieve the natural look of a stone wall.

And here are theirs works:

Bretonnia terrain Bretonnia terrain Bretonnia terrainBretonnia terrainAnd here is the website.

 

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