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Post Posted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 8:06 pm 
 

Anyone know of any dwarven forge type of terrain that I can buy? Castlemolds is to labor intensive and dwarven forge doesnt have enogh selection. I am seeking pre-made castles and dungeons and generally scary spooky demonic items that are 25mm in scale that can go with my already extensive dwarven forge collection. I have all that they have made up to this point. Thanks in advance. I am not finding what I seek on the internet or am looking in the wrong place.

  


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Post Posted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 2:17 pm 
 

Grendel makes a lot of scenery, but its resin so it looks like crap if you dont paint it.  On the other hand because its resin its much cheaper than dwarven forge.


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Post Posted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 6:42 pm 
 

How much cheaper is resin vs. metal landscape/props/buildings/etc., and what's it like to paint vs. painting metal?  

I saw some resin stuff on ebay recently, and wasn't sure if it was worth buying, because I've never worked with resin.

Any thoughts/info would be appreciated :D

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Post Posted: Sun Jan 23, 2005 6:59 pm 
 

I have a couple of Grendel sets I cant decide if i want to sell or not so I took scans just in case.  Send me an email address and ill get you the pics.  I dont think theyre too big file size wise.  theyre jpegs.

Oh ya, no different painting them than the others.  Still need primer.  I dont think you can use industrial grade paint stripper though in the case you want to start over again as a lot of them dissolve glue (which i find to be super useful actually)  and plastic.

grodog wrote:How much cheaper is resin vs. metal landscape/props/buildings/etc., and what's it like to paint vs. painting metal?  

I saw some resin stuff on ebay recently, and wasn't sure if it was worth buying, because I've never worked with resin.

Any thoughts/info would be appreciated :D

Thanks!


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Post Posted: Mon Jan 24, 2005 12:53 pm 
 

Resin is very good, has more weight than cardboard or plastic and paint up very nicely.


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