Warhammer 40,000 STC Ryza Pattern Ruins

Along with the Necromunda Release, Games Workshop put a lot of suiting terrain on the market. As a "entry" product, with a low price barrier the STC Ryza Pattern Ruins caught my eye and were added to my terrain collection, for their generic yet very 40k like style.

Warhammer 40,000 - STC Ryza Pattern Ruins Warhammer 40,000 - STC Ryza Pattern Ruins


Micro Art Studios Foam Hills

The polish manufacturer Micro Art Studio offers a broad range of terrain, made from resin, mdf and foam. They even carry licensed products for systems like Wolsung or Infinity. In this review I'd like to cover generic wargaming items in form of hills, made from foam.

Micro Art Studio - Large Hill Micro Art Studio - Flat Hills

The pictures above are from the MAS online shop and show the large hill and a set of four flat hills. They come unpainted and are 19,68 EUR (the large hill) and 34,44 EUR (flat hills). They are slightly primed in black.


The Walking Dead – All out War Scenery Booster

Following the miniature games review, this is an unboxing and review of the scenery booster, that looks very promising and versatile.

The Walking Dead - All out War Scenery Booster


Micro Art Studio Wolsung Markets

Micro Art Studio, who offers a few sets of scatter terrain and sight-blockers, like the fuel depot, now added for Wolsung a few market sets. Of these I bought myself the spice and fish market, that are generic enough to be used for several settings, and I'd like to share them with you on here.

Micro Art Studio - Wolsung Market Micro Art Studio - Wolsung Market


Sedition Wars Terrain Set

I was part of the original sedition wars kickstarter, but couldn't be motivated to invest additional 30 USD on top of my 100 USD biohazard pledge. A few weeks ago i stumbled on the kit by chance on a wargaming board. The kit has a rrp of 40 USD.

Sedition Wars - Terrain Set Sedition Wars - Terrain Set


Historisches Museum Aurich

During vacation at the german north sea, i was in Aurich. Lovely city and they even have a small historic museum that i visited. It's in the shopping mile within the cities core and only 3,50 Euro entry fee.

Historisches Museum Aurich 2016


Ainsty Castings

This is actually an article, that i wanted to write for a long time. I bought some Ainsty Castings at Antwerps Crisis one or two years ago, and wanted to share my impressions with you.

Terrain is an important part of gaming and as such i am looking for affordable / reasonably priced pieces, that can be used for several settings. I found good prices at Ainsty Castings (was even able to get a bit of a bargain at the show) and got myself a small cemetery and a couple of boxes.

Ainsty Castings


Terrain and Star Wars

Aquarium deco pieces are useful if you're looking for something special as a terrain piece. So this buddha statue would be a nice addition for a jungle scenario, like burma, and at 13 Euro quite cheap. So i added a picture with a 28mm miniature, to show the incredible size of that - prepainted - piece.

Buddha Terrain Buddha Terrain


Fuel Depot, Skeletons and Snowspeeders

I found this one back at Spiel last year at Micro Art Studios booth. Saw it and thought, that is a must have for a gaming table, and at 16-18 Euro it is reasonably priced.

Micro Art Studio - Fuel Depot Micro Art Studio - Fuel Depot


Holiday business

After this "marathon" of posts during December, i use the holidays to spend some time regenerating and relaxing.

Since mid-december i enjoy a couple of tv shows on Netflix while tinkering, i can only recommend Ray Donovan and The Americans. What else is on between christmas and new year? I am working on some of the articles i announced in the christmas post, taking care of terrain and the following.

The first is a Reaper Master Series 54mm miniature of an US Army serviceman. Solid cast, details are good, could be better but it is okay.

Reaper - Master Series US Army Serviceman Reaper - Master Series US Army Serviceman