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forwardmarchstudios24 Jan 2019 8:33 p.m. PST

More "inspired by" than an actual replica, but it'll do for miniature wargames I think!

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This model is at the same 2mm scale as the rest of my figures. That means you can mix it up with my other buildings to create 1:1 scale model terrain tables. This is the largest model I've yet designed; it takes up 24" square on the table, and is 45mm high at the highest point. I just ordered the first copy on Tradestock.com (for only $16 USD!), and if it checks out ok it'll be available sooner than later in the Library.

forwardmarchstudios24 Jan 2019 11:09 p.m. PST

I can't edit it anymore: treatstock.com. Ignore above link!

Herce Salon de Guerre26 Jan 2019 2:13 a.m. PST

looks like the winter palace in Munich also!

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Matt
Mayenne France

forwardmarchstudios26 Jan 2019 11:46 a.m. PST

I just checked out the Winter Palace. Very interesting look. I may try that one out at some time in the future. I need a break from palaces though. That model was not an easy one.

That said, I'm going to use it to create barracks, universities, guildhalls, etc. The Neo-classical facade is useful for all kinds if things. I've also got a system of modulart medeival walls, towers, and gates that is coming soon. I think they'll add a lot to the authentic look of the towns and cities. I'm making them in a variety of heights as well, so you can use them to create a tiered look

forwardmarchstudios29 Jan 2019 5:45 p.m. PST

Picture just came from the printer:
I couldn't be happier with it. 7" x 4" x 1.85". And in scale with the rest of my 2mm range, which gives your generals a place to feast after a day of battle!

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