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Johnny60 Inactive Member07 Sep 2017 5:22 a.m. PST

Hi folks,

this one's for all the non-facebook users out there!

Here are 3 ploughed fields on rigid bases that I completed for a customer earlier this week. The scale is 20mm, and it's given me the opportunity to try out something that I've been meaning to do for a while now.

So, each field is 10 x 10" square and has 20mm scale hedgerows attached, as well as a ploughed area and tons of ground cover. As you'll see from the photos, 2 of the fields have 2 entrance sections. However, the 3rd one (here's the clever bit!) only has hedges attached on 3 sides, and has a separate, removable hedge section with integral field entrance that can either be placed in front of it, to make an enclosed stand-alone field, or it can be removed altogether, which will allow the field to join up with a second field to make a larger set of fields! A picture paints a thousand words, and all that, so I've attached some photos with my 20mm Germans which will allow you to see what I'm talking about!

Here's the field that has a removeable from section…

Finally, although these fields and hedgerows are designed for 20mm gaming, they also look good with 28mm figures…

One last photo with 28mm figures…

This particular set of fields is already winging its way to its new owner, but I've updated the website and they're now available in the online shop.

Thanks for looking,

John from Take Cover Scenics.

Johnny60 Inactive Member07 Sep 2017 5:45 a.m. PST

Just noticed that although the title I published this topic by was called "new 20mm ploughed fields from Take Cover Scenics" it came out with a totally unrelated title that's nothing to do with me or Take Cover Scenics! Obviously some kind of glitch i in the system when I pressed Send.

rhymoraz Inactive Member07 Sep 2017 11:48 a.m. PST

D&D has Tomb Of Annihilation, a new adventure book coming out set in the Forgotten Realms in the Jungles of Chult. Chult is supposed to be a Africa-analog as a fantasy land, and I'm looking some good figures for use in role-playing games. I'm eyeing some Perry Mahdists, and Copplestone African Princesses, and Reaper has 2, but was wondering what was out there that would fit the bill for fantasy Africans. Main thing is that they shouldn't be armed with firearms of any kind.

examples of chultan dress here


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