Sunday, May 1, 2016

Dwarvenforge City Builder

I've been slowly collecting Dwarvenforge terrain, particularly the City Builder stuff. I think it is spectacular, though it is expensive. Here are some pics just because I think this stuff looks great.

Quiet village street.
Street level view. Stone Cottage at the end of the street.
Two story tudor house. 
Looking out an alley.
The paving here is actually floor tiles from the Caverns set.
Another view.
The detail is very good and the factory paint jobs are better than I could have done myself. But it's the modular system that makes it really great stuff. You can build almost anything with it.

A small inn with some Reaper figures.
(The bases on the figures are yet to be finished)
A larger inn with expanded floors and a rear wing. 
The side door.
(The patio space here is a floor piece from the Caverns set) 
At the sign of the Prancing Pony.
Drone view.
The chimneys and gable section stick on with magnets.
The interiors are finished also. They have furnishings you can buy but I haven't bought any yet.

Second floor with stairwell.
First floor. Stairs are removable.
As I said, it's modularity is what makes it really useful.
Wall sections, stone and tudor, and a cavern floor tile.
The complete parts for the stone cottage seen above.
As you can see, it's really stellar stuff. You can buy it unpainted for less money, but since I have less time and more money, I went with the painted.

Until next time, carry on!

2 comments:

  1. Just beautiful. It would be a pleasure to lead a compliment of fighters through your village!

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  2. Wow, looks fantastic, realistic and gorgeous details!

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