Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

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Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby jlopatin » Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:06 am

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Sarrisa Precision is a UK company that makes all sorts of nifty laser cut terrain. I picked up a couple of the Japanese historical pieces for my Bushido table: 2 bridges, and a temple bell. I forgot to take pictures before I started assembling, but they came nicely flat packed. I assembled both kits in an evening. The pieces removed from the MDF flats very easily. Some parts were very thin, and I carefully teased them out with a hobby knife. There was almost no cleanup needed. I test fit all the bridge pieces before gluing. They all fit together very ...

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Re: Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby timlillig » Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:55 pm

I'm looking forward to seeing all this stuff in person when we play.
-Tim

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Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby Eilif » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:08 pm

Looks very nice!
I'm generally a bit skeptical about lasercut terrain, but it seems very well suited to the angular wooden buildings here. Love the added lighting as well.

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Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby Fiveangels » Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:52 pm

That looks ....great. The addition of the tea light is fantastic.

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Re: Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby jlopatin » Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:44 pm

Thanks, everyone!

laser cut terrain has come a long way, and can be super impressive these days.
- Josh

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Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby gattz » Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:06 pm

These look great! I'm a big fan of lasercut terrain kits and have only ever had a problem with Spartan Scenics in terms of assembly. Otherwise, Warsenal, and 4ground have been favs, and Ive enjoyed builds from Micro Art, Bandua, Death Ray Designs and Warmill. I'm probably going to order some of the 4ground Asian themed kits when I place my next order.
They're sturdier than plastic kits imo, and modern designs have been pretty stunning.

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Re: Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby jlopatin » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:37 am

The 4ground kits are great... However, they are a little small in scale for 28-32mm... They have a new line that should be out very soon in a larger scale. I'm waiting for those.
- Josh

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Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby gattz » Sat Apr 22, 2017 11:15 am

Looked up Sarissas website earlier. Some really nice pieces on there, and shipping is cheap for UK. :) I may have to go full Pagoda...

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Re: Review/Tutorial: Sarissa Precision Lasercut Terrain

Postby jlopatin » Sat Apr 22, 2017 4:32 pm

I scored the full set of official 4ground Bushido buildings released at Salute, so I will have them assembled and reviewed asap.
- Josh


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