Another sweet looking apartment building in 1/285th scale (6mm). This model identical to 285CSS152 except it’s a about an inch narrower across the front making it a better fit for smaller spaces in your city. This model should work fine for most Middle East and African areas as well as near future scenarios. With the right finishes there is no reason this couldn’t fit in Eastern European setting as well.
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
285th Scale (6mm) WWII Government Building – 285CSS034
Rubbled WWII European government building, somewhat inspired by the Reichstag in Berlin. It is not a model of the Reichstag but I’ve been looking at a picture of The Reichstag to get some ideas for this model. I’m calling it “The FauxStag”.
Model is precision cut from the highest quality mat board (as used in the picture framing industry), this is not flimsy paper, this is stiff mat board. Model goes together quickly and easily using common white glue or “Tacky glue” and can be painted to any level of detail you desire or simply sprayed one color so you can get back to gaming.
Are you new to gaming and not sure what scale you want to game in?
Do you have some miniatures that are not any specific scale and want to know what scale buildings will look best with your miniatures?
This sample pack gives you a building facade in every scale from 6mm to 28mm so you can compare the different scales and see which one you like best or which one is best for the miniatures you already have.
I am working on this new piece for our 285th scale middle east collection. This is the Al Sijood Palace in Baghdad Iraq. This will be a resin cast kit that comes in several pieces. I’ve taken some liberties in scaling this building down, the actual building in 1/285th scale would be about 16″ long … I’ve cheated a bit and got it down to a more reasonable 10″ long while still maintaining an impressive size. I’m doing something very new with this kit, creating a mixed media kit. The 4 walls and the dome will be resin castings and the roof and internal structure will be MDF.
These photos show the internal frame structure that is made of laser cut MDF. This internal structure also makes up the roof pieces. Note: the dome will not be a perfect hemisphere like the one shown, the Al Sijood Palace has a dome with a slight point to it’s top ,, the white dome shown here is for demonstration purposes only.
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