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#1 20-Apr-2017 19:23:31

CarlL
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more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

If you game in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, other Middle East locations or North Africa you will like and want these new additions.
Listed on a fantasy page they are really generic "Arab" like features.

You know you need a bread oven (£2 unpainted) for that Arab village you are raiding? Or another well (£1.50p unpainted) for your Oasis complex? Or how about some clutter (3 pieces for £1.50p) that makes for street furniture or small barricades?

see either http://cromsanvil.co.uk/simurgh.html  for interactive shopping display or

the WW webpage for great photos at  http://www.thewargameswebsite.com/more- … oms-anvil/ or at

http://www.thewargameswebsite.com/tag/croms-anvil/

These are lovely 15mm models that may be suitable for 10mm /12mm or 20mm too, I may get some for my 20mm Rif project!!

Carl

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#2 22-Apr-2017 08:43:08

CarlL
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Re: more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

Ordered bread oven, street clutter and two different rock outcrops on Thursday 20th April (paying via payapal) and delivered safely today, Saturday 22nd April. Nice.
Follow links to Simurgh and Open Steppe to see photos of whats available and what you can suggest Michael moulds next at http://cromsanvil.co.uk/simurgh.html
Must do a review now.
CarlL

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#3 20-May-2017 08:25:57

CarlL
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Re: more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

Well I ordered the pool / lake, which would make a good watering hole in 20mm (rather than lake) and I also ordered the latest rock outcrop, which is sold as a "tomb entrance" on http://cromsanvil.co.uk/opensteppe.html but I think also mkes great rock outcrop (which depending on how you paint it) could be used in many places (except the Russian steppe!) and for those who like their terrain to be multi functional it could be a collapsed neolithic chamber or unusual cairn thats teeered over !!

The GREAT news is that UK P&P is at cost, (in my experience) and the items INCREDIBLY well packed, and service is SPEEDY, eg I ordered two items on Tuesday 16th May and they arrived Friday 19th May (UK to UK address).

Fun items, but lots of uses beyond their 15mm Fantasy creation aims, of sculptor Michael better known for his work on his Angel Barracks range.

Just a reminder of the look of the two: as painted by seller (below) they come unpainted but have textured surfaces hard to see in photos, but good for dry brushing.

Carl

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PS they come as seen just unpainted. Probably not get the grass with your order of the Tomb but you will get the plant to go by your water hole, that can fit snugly into depression left for it, or you could vary with your own tree (palm tree for middle east or conifer for Siberia!)

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#4 20-May-2017 12:50:52

granty101
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Re: more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

CarlL wrote:

Well I ordered the pool / lake, which would make a good watering hole in 20mm

Is that for people who don't drink much Carl?? As I know a few good full size watering holes if you're interested?? lol

Grant


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#5 21-May-2017 17:16:24

CarlL
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Re: more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

Thanks Grant, whenever I can get up your way, (Durham ish?) I will take you up on those watering holes (pubs? or alcohol lakes?) and crates of beer... or did you drink those ?!! smile

CarlL

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#6 21-May-2017 18:58:38

granty101
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Re: more 15mm terrain goodies at Croms Anvil -Possibly useful for 10/20mm?

CarlL wrote:

Thanks Grant, whenever I can get up your way, (Durham ish?) I will take you up on those watering holes (pubs? or alcohol lakes?) and crates of beer... or did you drink those ?!! smile

CarlL

I never throw away good beer Carl...but saying that, I never throw away bad ones either!!! lol

Grant


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