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Monday, 28 February 2022

Terrain and Random Boxes

 Once more this week, I'll be showing some of Bryan's (Vamifan's) terrain pieces and a few boxes that I picked out, more or less, randomly.
The piece on the right, I believe is an Ork settlement (?), possibly a GW piece made from a hard foam like material - but I can't be sure. It's about 1' square (30cm square).
There are a couple  of pieces below, one is a ruin from Ziterdes, the other is a graveyard  or (more likely) a cemetary and probably a fantasy piece. It is again a very light-weight piece, probably foam material again, but the manufacturer is unlnown to me.
Here's the photos:
The Ziterdes ruin, (it's much darker than this photoshopped image)
The excellent cemetary, mostly devoid of skulls !

Next up, some random boxes:

A Mordheim building, card and plastic bits ?
Contents of the above, possibly for Mordheim (generic DnD  adventurers?)
Another Mordheim box, but with two buildings inside and a set of rare instructions (rare for Bryan)
Two boxes of zombies, a host of Mantic frames (top) and two frames of Zombie Vixens.
The box lid says it all, only a few items are missing!
A box of Termagants - about forty in this box though, metal and plastic
All painted, to my eye, resembling wood lice !
So a wide ranging collection from several era and genres; I  hope some of you will recognise the pieces that I haven't a clue about and that something among this lot is of interest.
I'm intending; to as readers to show an interest, I'm able to pass a lot of Bryan's collection on to a good home, but will be asking for postage at cost (lead is heavy). When I'm ready I'll be posting more on this at a later stage, so please dont inundate me with requests at present. Also not I'm no good at this sort of thing, so please be patient.

It's all been a bit of a rush today, my camera not having a charged battery hasn't helped either, but I got there in the end.

Thanks for taking the time to visit and as always your comments are welcomed and truly appreciated.

21 comments:

  1. The cemetery is Games Workshop. They did some good hills as well.

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    1. Thanks Willz, I hope someone will want it !

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  3. A lot of great looking boxes and terrain sir! You have also some great Mordheim metal minis!

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    1. Thanks Michal, I take it then that the figures are indeed specifically for Mordheim.

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  4. There are some lovely minis in that Mordheim box!

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    1. Thanks Myincubliss, they are good minis throughout that box and not just for Mordheim.

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    2. I’d happily give any of them a home (especially the Skaven, as that’s what I’m painting currently as part of a challenge I’ve set a couple of friends) if they’re heading to the charity shop otherwise - although Mordheim figures seem to be getting quite scarce these days, I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to put them on eBay!

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  5. Wow at this stage some very rare pieces of terrain and models Joe, the graveyard is a piece I fought over many years ago πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

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    1. Thanks Frank,I w surprised just hpw good a model it is and not festooned with skulls! If it were not a fantasy graveyard, I'd add it to my collection.

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  6. Interesting and varied collection of useful stuff!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thanks Iain, you're ight, but most of it is not uesful to me!

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  7. Another ton of great stuff! The terrain looks really interesting and the graveyard piece in particular is really cool! And those Mordheim minis are just amazing.

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    1. Thanks Matt, the graveyard impresses me more because of its origins, though there is a small bit of damage to it that can't be seen !
      The Mordheim figures don't do anything for me even if they're really good sculpts!

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  8. Great haul there Joe, I especially like that cemetery piece. Lots of scenario possibilities with that I'd think πŸ˜€

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    1. Thanks Ivor, yep, the graveyard is a good piece with quite a lot of room for figures too,

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  9. The orc village is also a GW foam piece. As for the cemetary, it can be used in quite a few periods, as you mentioned, there isn't that over use of skulls that GW is so fond of.

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  10. Thanks Terry, I did think it was a GW Ork village, pleased to have it confirmed. Fpr such a small piece the cemetery/graveyard has a lot of detail and little to no extra skulls .

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  11. Another great rescue Joe, sorry for the late comment. Some interesting bits on show, of most interest to me is the zombies.

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    1. Thanks Dave, they're be more Zeds tomorrow too (among other (items), so stay tunred. I wouldn;t worry too much about beig 'late', as I don't think there is such a thing when it comes to blogs!

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