20 January 2017

Review: Kreative Scenery's Low Adobe Walls

- with Greg

So what goes well with a Large Adobe House? Adobe Walls, that's what! 

Now you already get a few with your large house, but if you're anything like me and quite enjoy hiding your infantry behind bulletproof cover then you're going to want some more walls. So, Kreative Scenery have your infantry cover needs....well....covered....!

Your new adobe wall set gives you four long straight sections and four small straight sections which you can use in a heap of different ways and combinations.

And you can use as many or as few as you like to get some really good looking linear obstacles for your 15mm battlefields.

And you know what, they'll even hide your big cats if you want them to!

Once again, we've been set the painted versions of the walls and the detail and paint job really is great! I've taken a couple of close-ups here just so you can see the detail.

Pricing on these bad boys for all out international mates, in $US, is going to be $US18.50 for the painted versions (just like the ones above) or if you want to paint your own, then the set will be $US12.95. Shipping is additional but pretty damned reasonable. Kiwi buyers, just hit up your friendly Trade Me store to get the sharp $NZD pricing! 

Dan and I also recently trialled the Low Stone Walls in our recent Batrep over on the BEL YouTube so why not head on over and check that out...

15 January 2017

Review: Kreative Scenery's Large Adobe House

- with Greg

In the latest review of the kit sent in the care package from Kreative Scenery, I take a look at the Large Adobe House set.

This is a big package and that's because you are getting a heap of stuff in the pack including:

- 4 adobe walls
- the adobe building ground floor
- the building second floor, and
- flat roofs for both

We were also luck enough to get the optional extra roof as well (thanks Kim!)

Once again, we've gotten the pre-painted version here but you can order this unpainted if you want to have a different colour scheme. Everything fits together really nicely and cleanly.

This shows the optional Italian roof added but you don't have to add it and the kit will still look the business.

You can also just have a single story version if you like.

By adding the included walls to the kit, you can get a really nice looking terrain piece on your Italian or African-themed table.

And they hide Tigers quite nicely!

The house itself can comfortably fit 3 infantry stands inside and a couple on the roof if you don't use the sloped one.

Pricing on this one is pretty good as well! Again, I'll list the $USD prices below.

- Unpainted will set you back USD$26.25
- Painted is going to cost USD$33.00.
- Painted with the additional sloped roof is USD$34.00

You can order these now over at www.kreativescenery.co.nz but if you are in NZ, go on over to the Trade Me page and you get them a wee bit cheaper!

So if you're looking on getting some terrain together for a new African themed table for...say...a new version of Flames of War, now's the time!

10 January 2017

Review: Kreative Scenery's 15mm Low Stone Walls

- with Greg

And I thought Christmas was over! Kim from Kreative Scenery has sent us a care package today with some awesome terrain to use and review and I've gotta tell you, upon opening the box and taking a peek, I knew I was in for a treat!

Kreative Scenery (www.kreativescenery.co.nz) are a Kiwi company specialising in 15mm and 28mm Hydrocal terrain and can supply these to you either painted or unpainted depending on your needs.

In this review, I'll be having a play with the Low Stone Wall set. 

The set consists of two small and one large right-angled sections and three straight wall sections. 

We've been lucky enough to get a painted set so we can get the review straight to you! Thanks Kim! The paint job here is great and will fit this terrain into pretty much any table you could think of!

And of course I had to have a little bit of a play with my own toys, right?

The Hydrocal (which is a type of plaster from what I understand) is sturdy enough to take some knocks and hold up well which is exactly what you want from gaming terrain! It's gonna take some bumps...right?!

For our international friends, fear not! All the pricing over on the site is in USD and you can pay by PayPal to make things easier. This set of walls is going to set you back USD$18.50 for the painted set or USD$12.95 for the naked versions if you're wanting to paint them up yourself. Shipping's calculated when you checkout but is based on what and how much you order.

For you Kiwi's out there who are keen on ordering a set, head on over to Kreative Scenery's TradeMe Store to order yours. Ordering here means you get them a wee bit cheaper as well, which cant be bad?!

As gamers, we can always use more terrain right, so if you're in the market, head on over and give Kreative Scenery a look...and make sure you tell them Greg sent you!