Review: Small Terrain kits from Warlord and Ainsty Castings

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Review: Small Terrain kits from Warlord and Ainsty Castings

Postby jlopatin » Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:14 am

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I recently finished 2 small kits terrain kits. The left kit is one of Warlord's ruined buildings, and the right one is an MDF building from Ainsty Casting's Aggro Minis line. The warlord kit is plastic, and went together easily. I zipped this together in no time, and painted it quickly, so pardon any visible mold lines! The loose door and sandbag pieces are all separate, and can be used in number of ways. I added some gravel to the ground and upper level. This was painted almost entirely with airbrush, and a quick drybrush layer over it. It took less than an hour ...

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Review: Small Terrain kits from Warlord and Ainsty Castings

Postby Michael S. » Wed Sep 06, 2017 2:24 am

Hi Josh,
Great looking kits! I didn't see the Warlord kit on their site. Did it just come out?
Michael

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Re: Review: Small Terrain kits from Warlord and Ainsty Castings

Postby jlopatin » Wed Sep 06, 2017 5:11 am

It is buried on there somewhere... They have a few plastic ruins. I will find you a link later.
- Josh

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Re: Review: Small Terrain kits from Warlord and Ainsty Castings

Postby timlillig » Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:58 am

I think this is the one Josh built. They have a couple of others. https://us-store.warlordgames.com/colle ... cked-house
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