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Harken ye of the mouths and opinions which are oft given vent. The illustrious powers of Sally 4th, they of measurable skill and makers of liveliness are doing something new. And low they have seen fit to seekith your worthless opinions and comments.
So be a dear, go and actually have a look. Maybe buy something, Lord knows you squander plenty every week don't you!!! And send them a bit of actual feedback rather than some arm chair off the cuff 'it wasn't like that in my day' remarks.

Oh and that means tell them….no point tell get us. We just say hiya and smile lots 😉

Sally 4th

Very interested to hear what people have to say about this kit. It's a new concept that we are working on. The kit is made from 3mm Medite (top quality MDF) and will cost £15. Customers will be able to download free texture sheets to complete kit as shown. We will be providing additional accesory kits (choice of modelled windows with glazing, interior romms and staircase, front garden etc. together with different stone and brick textures).I think that this gives the gamer the best of both worlds, you get all the benefits of MDF buildings (strength, accuracy, durability, lightness, cost) without the disadvantages (corner joints) together with model railroad quality photo realistic finish.But… it's not the way we've done wargames buildings up until now, so interested to get some feedback. If the responce is positive we have a lot of ideas to rapidly build a range!

via Wee Gamers’s Facebook Wall


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