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FlyXwire writes:

I've developed a fondness and appreciation over many decades in this hobby for products made of weighty resin, or pewter. Even with custom-made pieces I've made, I use a lot of epoxy putty for basing scenics, or to sculpt/embed details within (which I'm sure in my mind resembles resin in weight and strength and which does in fact).
Recently the the wargaming industry has embraced MDF parts-products or multi-part plastic figures. These most always require assembly time, and in regards to figures, and after one puts the figures together produces a light-weight miniature that lacks some of the durability of traditional metal figures, and which I can now relate, can become more brittle and prone to breakage over time.
As I've now transitioned to making teddy bear fur mats, I have realized the superior usefulness of weighty scenics or pewter figures that stay upright, and rest convincingly on top of [within] a fur-mat's landscape, which light-weight plastic figures and products often don't achieve.
I'm happy traditional wargame products still made from resin and pewter continue to be made, and although I could also [and do] make custom-made scenics too, I will still buy things off the shelf, so I can get something quickly into a game, and also down-deep feel I'm sending support to manufacturers that market products made of materials I still prefer.
I'm sure these opinions could be a discussion topic for a forum thread, but I'll instead take this opportunity to applaud a little for hobby products I'll still appreciate (and those indirectly, that I don't).

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Personal logo bauedawargames Sponsoring Member of TMP of Baueda Wargames writes:

Code: 28011CB
28mm Stack of felled tree trunks (approximately 120mm long and 30mm high)

Baueda: New 28mm scenery!

Please note that the figures are there for size reference only, the left one is from Bolt Action plastic, the one on the right it's from our own 1-48TACTIC range –

Forestry scenics #1 stack of freshly felled spruce tree trunks, cleaned up and piled, ready for collection.

This timeless piece can be used for basically any conflict from Bronze Age up to the most futuristic Earth-based settings!

Cast in tough polyurethane in a single piece and ready to use, this great-looking model has plenty of beautifully sculpted and deeply carved surface detail to help you in painting.

Supplied unpainted.

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