|Berlin Strasse, the Full Frontal Edition|
The only real issue with the terrain at all is with it being true-scaled to 28mm, it occasionally looks a little small, especially with larger scaled games. However the detail in these pieces is simply stricking, and adds a great realism on the tabletop. The dislodged but not yet fallen bricks, the detailed building trim, and real-world damage incorporated from field photos from WWII make the work Walkter has done on these pieces something spectacular, and a real bonus on your game table.
|Whole block from this side...|
|...and the other side.|
|Side by side, front|
|Side by side, internal|
|Internal detail, half #1|
|Internal detail, half #2|
wallpaper patterns and colors, so it makes a really easy transfer to the terrain. The only other thing I did thus far, as you can see in the photos below, is cover the interior flooring on the six panels with a custom detritus mix. So simple, and you can see the difference it makes.
|Internal detail #1, with rubble|
|Internal detail #2, with rubble|
Anyway, hope that inspires you to paint up your own, or go get some from Commission Figurines if you haven't. This is only one of several kits they have to choose from, and trust me you'll be seeing more of these in the near future from LXG. I'm gonna get back to fiddling with little bits now. Okay.... after a Zombie/Survivors photoshoot... I mean, it is October, right?
|Something tells me our Survivors are about to get a "change of status"...|
I'll see you on the other side of the table.
The Second Class Elitist