Posts Tagged ‘Tiger Terrain’

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I have had this stuff lying around the man

cave for some time now and as New Year resolution

I decided to work my way through the back log and

create some space.

First up is some simple but lovely back gardens made

by Tiger Terrain that fit nicely onto the back of

their terraced houses and shops. They would also fit

easily onto any other makers buildings as well. As

soon as I saw these gardens I had visions of ” A

Bridge To Far” and paras jumping gardens in Arnhem.

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Of a similar nature is this ruined house and

walled garden, once again by Tiger Terrain.

Plenty of room in the ruin house for troops, a pak

gun or even a tank. The walled garden just adds

a little extra dimension.

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Tiger Terrain.

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Couple more buildings finished off. These two are

by Tiger Terrain and will eventually sit in a more

urban location as opposed to the country side they

are presently sitting in. The posters are all pictures

pulled from the net and simply scaled down in size.

Click on any picture to enlarge

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The Tiger is just in the picture because I

like Tigers lol

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I have already mentioned Tiger Terrain in the 15mm WW2 Terrain review, but

I wanted to go in greater detail and show you what beautiful

buildings they produce and what can be done with them.

The building under the microscope is the ,”damaged farmhouse”

which will set you back £15.30. It comes unpainted and in 4

parts. You can also buy the farmhouse undamaged.

The parts consist of the base with walls of the building, two chimney stacks

and a floor that nicely slots in. There are also some tiny parts

like shutters and windows which allow you to customise the

farmhouse to your choice(a nice little touch).

The resin moulds required no fine sanding and I was unable

to find any flash which was a pleasant surprise. All the parts

fitted together smoothly and I was able to get painting straight

away. Due to the high amount of detail on these models its really

easy to get an excellent finished product and it particularly suited

my method of painting Normandy buildings.

I added a few tiny extra bits of detail to please myself but overall

a fantastic bit of scenery which I think other manufacturers will

find hard to beat.

As you can see there is also loads of room to hide your men inside.

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Give yourself a pat on the back Tiger Terrain.