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#1 Tue, Sep15 2015 2:03pm

orc
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Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Dear All,

I want to encorage you to show here other posible sceneries/Terrain compatibles with ours Mithril miniatures:

Here the tower I'm thinking to use in my Angmar fortress:roll

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From: http://zealotminiatures.com/

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#2 Tue, Sep15 2015 5:20pm

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Thanks for this link. The tower is indeed very nice !


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#3 Wed, Sep16 2015 3:16am

orc
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

My pleasure Master Milo:),

Here some images from another brand probably all you know:


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This company use some kind of Hardfoam,  so the pieces have lighweight, are easy to cut and if you want easy to give form with hot water.

You can find more models and information here:

http://www.ziterdes.de/ziterdes/de/
http://www.thomarillion.de/

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#4 Thu, Sep17 2015 4:23am

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

If you are looking for some wood palisade to use with your Rohirrims,Dunlendings....etc to  keep outside the orcs!! big_smile you need this:

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Probably little bit smaller comparate with ours mithril miniatures...but not bad at all I think!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ni … iature-set

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#5 Mon, Oct19 2015 3:19pm

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Another brand, "Manor House workshop" from Italy. http://manorhouseworkshop.com/mh-w-catalogue/

Very nice buildings in polyurethane resin, suitables with miniatures 28mm-35mm. They have a range with prepainted ruins if you want some ready to play terrain.

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playable inside!!

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Here with some 32mm miniatures

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#6 Mon, Oct19 2015 7:28pm

ddaines
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Thanks for that Orc - I thought Manor House Miniatures has ceased  - did they do the slightly larger scale figures at one time?

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#7 Mon, Oct19 2015 8:43pm

Maenas
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Thank you orc!! Very nice those houses at ManorhouseWorkshop! I bookmarked the page wink
@DDaines, seems that one of the founders of that brand (Lorenzo) wanted to keep trying and finally succeeded on introducing the range under a new brand ManohouseWorkshop.


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#8 Sun, Dec13 2015 3:41pm

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Here one of the best towers to use with ours miniatures!!! yikesyikesyikesyikesyikes

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/CIRITH-UNGOL-TO … SwnipWUPHv

I'm going to order one in January!!!..if you are interested let me know we can place the order together and save some coins!!! big_smile

I like to know if has here in this forum some one with idea to do copies in resin??? roll

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#9 Sun, Dec13 2015 6:01pm

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Thanks for the link to the site Orc.

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#10 Sun, Dec13 2015 7:17pm

Theobald
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

Err sorry ... what is it that is good about this tower in general and why do you think it might fit to 32mm Mithril-figures?

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#11 Mon, Dec14 2015 12:27am

ddaines
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

The Tower (of Cirith Ungol as it is described) doesn't really fit Mithril/LotR for me (too fantasy!!! LOL), but I did quite like the Gates of the Argonath statues.

These are heavy kits by the sound of it due to the material used and the postage is reflected by this. I don't think Table Top World shipping is that high, possibly because they are resin castings.

As to someone doing copies in resin - well that would be recasting.

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#12 Mon, Dec14 2015 12:37am

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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

I really like it!
As part of my project of "evil forces" I want to build a small fortress and this will be perpect as main Tower/Donjon. I hope to have one in my possession soon and show it in all its splendor. On the scale of mithril in 32mmm you I think that you have to be a little flexible because unfortunately there is too much material. In any mode, I said.. .is magnificent....to me!big_smile

About recasting idea, if any of you know how to do molds for big pieces, please send me a PM! Is only because this material is to heavy and I prefer the resin!

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#13 Mon, Dec14 2015 9:55am

Maenas
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Re: Mithril Scenery/Terrain

mmm.... I find it a little bit expensive and undetailed (just regular flat flagstones and a couple of fangs hanging over the door) compared to what other brands offer for that price.... I think you have enough skill to achieve this result or even a better one with your own hands and materials. I did not meant to be rude, is just what I thought at first sight LOL.


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