Along with my latest LPL entires I’ve been finishing of repaints of the Battlefield in a Box Badlands terrain this week, so that it matches my desert board. I orginally bought them thinking they’d work OK anyway, but I wasn’t happy. Now they’re painted in exactly the same finish as the desert board I’m chuffed – I’ve got a nice little play area. Hope to christen it this weekend trying out the Solo rules for Pulp Alley – stoked!
I don’t think I’ve ever posted about my buildings
They’re supposed 28mm buildings from Scotia Grendel. They’re definitely not 28mm – they’d probably fit 20mm but I like terrain that scales with 15-18mm and takes into account basing (so that they don’t tower over it when based) and the door are a perfect height on these.
I love them, and definitely want to add more to my collection. I might try these next, which look to be pretty small too:
If anyone else out there has stuff from this range – are the ‘accessories’ (consoles, separate doors etc.) tiny too? I know the barrels are scaled more normally for 28mm, so it’s hard to know what to punt on.
3 thoughts on “Desert Terrain Again”
I was tempted by these myself. Quite pulpy. In the end I went with the terrain range from Alternative Armies. Lovely pre-fab “pods” that I can’t recommend highly enough for 15mm. (Plus a lot of scratchbuilding with GZG and other bits)
I fancy some of the Ion Age ones too – I want to work on an abandoned Sci-Fi archeological dig site (seems ripe for adventure) – the wrecked ones look appealing too.
Snap! When I get around to playing Pulp Alley, that is just what the first scenario in the book is (I just intend to give it a Sci Fi twist).