Hello, and welcome to Friday Eve. Much of the week, I've felt it was a day ahead of where it actually was. I asked a friend yesterday about how she thought her Wednesday-night stream had went... Of course, since it was around noon at the time, obviously it hadn't happened yet. Awkward.
But, seeing as it is finally Thursday, we should make sure that your gaming tables look good. And, I have to say, there's some good stuff in there today. Have a peek.
In the Corner today: Tilescape Gothic City Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Savage Realms Citadel Terrain Up On Kickstarter, Brigade Models Releases Small Scale Semaphore Towers, Heroic Maps Releases Storeys: The Lost Library, Loke BattleMats launch popular Desert Tundra design in 3'x3' and 3'x6' rubber backed neoprene, and New Amera Mouldings building for 28mm.
Tilescape 2.0 is a modular building system which allows for the ultimate customization of terrain. With our system you will have total control over your structures. There are several unique possibilities for your floors, streets, buildings (inner and outer walls), accessories, and roofs.
~ Intuitive/fast building single piece tile system
~ Modular vertical walls insert-able walls/posts/columns
~ Insert-able doors and windows
~ Insert-able accessories and decorations (curtains, traps, etc)
Gothic City is the newest completely customizable terrain project from Rocket Pig Games. We provide you with the .stl files and you bring them to life on your 3D printer. It utilizes our Tilescape 2.0 building system which features totally modular building components from the ground up!
Welcome to GameScape3D’s most original printable terrain project yet, involving more than a year of relentless designing, 3D printing, and testing. We are proud to present the third installment of our "Savage Realms" digital modeling series… CITADEL
We are featuring an infinite stronghold design and massive multi-tiered citadel walls. Below you will find a host of links leading to diagrams, videos, and photo albums of specific features.
With over 40 stretch goal incentives this Kickstarter is set to explode from 230 STL files to over 500 modeled pieces. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be a part of what will surely be one of the most ambitious and original fantasy 3D printing Kickstarters of 2019.
Today we have some 19th Century oddities in the form of some semaphore towers. Before the advent of wireless or telephones, semaphore towers were used to transmit messages over long distances, far faster than runners or even mounted messengers could manage. There were several systems, but one very common one was the Chappe system which used two wooden arms mounted on a crossbar to create the alphabet. Our four models come from different parts of the world – the Chatley Heath tower was part of the London-Portsmouth line, while we also have models from France, Malta and a much larger Indian tower. Each model is supplied with a random signal arm (we have the letters ‘B’, ‘R’, ‘I’, ‘G’, ‘A’, ‘D’ and ‘E’ available) but scratchbuilding others from plastic strip should be a straightforward task. SSS-8124 – Chatley Heath Tower – £1.25 SSS-8125 – Chappe Tower – £0.75 SSS-8126 – Maltese Tower – £1.00 SSS-8127 – Indian Tower – £1.50
The University of Perallin was famed throughout the land for the vast knowledge it seemed to command. People spoke of the library beneath the university, and how few were granted access to it. Many praised the university for collecting so much knowledge in one place, little realising the cost in lives and blood. When the city fell and the library was abandoned, it didn't take long for the brave, greedy or desperate to come and search the ruins.
Contents: A set of three 20 x 20 maps depicting an ancient library. The top level shows the ruined library building in a city setting, with crumbled walls and overgrown streets. A set of stairs lead down to the 1st sub level, which houses rows of books and scrolls. The lowest level also stores hundreds of books, but also offices and scriptoriums where scholars could work in peace.It's all abandoned now, with cobwebs and scattered papers.
A pdf with 300dpi images ready for A4 printing
A set of 300dpi full size jpeg files, for poster printing
A set of 72dpi (140x140px) jpeg for Roll20 & other VTTs
Loke BattleMats launch popular Desert Tundra design in 2 new sizes - 3'x3' and 6'x3' - in rubber backed 2mm neoprene material. The popular Desert Tundra design brings to your table a lifeless expanse to challenge even the most experienced of campaigners. Vibrant colours and realistic detailing transform any round of miniatures wargaming into an engaging skirmish where victory and even survival hangs in the balance. Presented in 2mm rubber backed neoprene, these heavy weight mats are thick enough to lie perfectly flat under their own weight. Much thicker than PVC, cloth or felt mats, these high quality tabletop mats will deaded a dice roll and the backing ensures the mats does not slip. Loke BattleMats have added their trademarked stitched edge to the material, which gives a neat finish and ensure the mat will last for years with no fraying or material separation. These 2 new sizes - 3'x3' and 6'x3' are ideal for a range of games and table sizes, and in addition to tabletop wargaming our mats make excellent "tabletoppers" under board, card, tile and dice games. Owners of metal dice need worry no longer about table damage!
Name chosen by a fan, Amera Mouldings launch The Raven Hall. A versatile 6 part kit consisting of 4 walls and 2 floors for different genres, supplied in white & grey plastic. Simple trimming and construction needed with instructions supplied. Designed so you can also trim the plastic yourself to create a ruined effect if required. Supplied in kit form unpainted, figure for scale not included. Dimensions: 21cmL x 13cmW x 16cmH Stone floor dimension 22 x 26cm