Four new 6mm Middle Eastern buildings as well as a brand new European style split timber building. Also remastered and made new molds for three other European style buildings (not pictured). The new European style split timber building features a new level of detail for such a small piece, the split timbers are raised a very slight amount adding to the realism and making them much easier to paint whether you use a brush, paint pen or even a felt marking pen.
Painted examples of these new buildings will be posted when time permits.
A little over a month ago on Facebook I uploaded some cool photos of GameCraft 15mm Middle Eastern building provided from Stephen B. in Kent in the UK. Today he sent me 4 more photos showing his progress. Very impressive work.
New series of buildings coming to the site very soon. These will be ruined/damaged versions of kits we already produce. So these models can stand on their own or can be direct replacements on your game board to buildings that get damaged during the battle. The kits will retain the same part numbers as the non damaged version with the “-D’ suffix added to designate that they are damaged buildings. Below you will see photos of the -D versions or 15MMDF010, 011, 012, 013, and 014. These first units will be on the site later tonight and I should be able to add a few more every day. I’ll do this for the 15mm, 20mm and 28mm series.
New 15mm Middle Eastern building kit.
Finished model measures aprox 4.7″ x 2.7″ x 2.8″ (119mm x 69mm x 714mm) tall
Awning kits for 15mm and 20mm buildings. Available now in two color schemes. Each kit contains 7″ of awning material that you cut to desired length,,, each kit can do a few buildings.
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.