Monday Terrain Corner
It’s just another Manic Monday…
No, really. It’s busy over here. I’m looking at getting the posts done quickly so I can go work on some proofing projects and some writing projects. Anyway, let’s get you a quick Terrain Corner piece for today.
We have: Heroic Maps – Explorer: Wild Places 3 Now Available, Badlands Gaming Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, New Rubber Gaming Mats now available from BattleMats, and Tiny Furniture Launching Barren Lands Terrain Indiegogo Campaign Next Month.
Explorer: Wild Places 3 is a set of printable battlemaps compatible with any RPG/Dungeon-Crawl game.
Explorer: Wild Places 3 is a standalone set, comprising 8 10×12 battlemaps. Each tile depicts a different and unique wilderness area, idea for quick encounters when your party is exploring a hex, or travelling between cities and towns. These maps are particularly suitable for depicting locations for games set in East Asian countries, such as games set in Japan or China.
The Gaming Mat Badlands is a PVC-made rollable terrain mat, or printed on syntethic cloth, or on mousepad material made in syntethic cloth and rubber, ideal for wargame and RPG, in size 4×6′ (122x183cm), 4×4′ (122x122cm), 3×3′ (92x92cm) and 3×6′ (92x183cm)’, representing the scenery of a bare plain of reddish earth, with the ground cracked by the fury of the elements.
BattleMats are a UK based gaming mat manufacturer and have just released a new range of rubber backed gaming mats.
These mats are printed on extra durable 2mm rubber mouse mat style material and have reinforced stitched edges.
6 designs are available across three popular sizes.
Blue Nebula (space battle mat available in 3′ x 3′)
Purple Nebula (space battle mat available in 3′ x 3′)
Death Wastes (wasteland battle mat available in 4′ x 4′)
Death Road (road through the wasteland battle mat available in 6′ x 4′)
Battlefield (grass terrain battle mat available in 4′ x 4′ and 6′ x 4′)
Delivery is free to most UK addresses, international customers would need to contact us for a shipping quote.
Tiny Furniture store is planning to launch on May 2017 their new line of accessories for 28mm tabletop games in a post-apocalyptic and retro-futuristic style called “Barren lands” .
3D models of miniatures have already been developed: computer panels, fridge, desktop computers, bed, garbage cans and others. All these models will be printed on a high-quality industrial printer, and then cast in resin.