Three new 28mm buildings added to the site tonight. One 2 story house, 1 one story house, and one ruined one story house.
All roofs are removable and upper floor is also removable.
Just in today, 28mm WWII minis of Australian and Papuan troops. Also the new Bolt Action New Guinea campaign book.
Today we created a very simple, inexpensive, bridge in 28mm that you can assemble and use in minutes.
Some more progress on the Brownstone series in 28mm. I have 7 different buildings designed and I’m cutting them and assembling them as fast as I can. Here are the first three, I’m assembling two more right now. I’ll have the entire series (7 buildings) online later tonight or tomorrow,,, some might only be drawings or photos of cut parts, but I’ll get photos of completed models online ASAP.
Row houses in 28mm inspired by the Brownstone style buildings found in New York and the New England region. I could even see these working in other regions like along the canals in Amsterdam.
Planned variations on this design included shorter versions, taller versions, wider version, narrower versions and variations in trim and details. Look for a few of these new structures to be online in about a week or less.
Other scales to follow after the initial release in 28mm
Tomorrow’s War buildings custom finished and painted by Adam Huenecke. These models are 28mm scale, all Tomorrow’s War models are available in both 15mm and 28mm. You can contact Adam via Twitter at @Adam_Huenecke