Post by glennwilliams on Aug 13, 2010 6:59:46 GMT -9
Tzak-Nal recreates a small Meso-American city, giving you peasant hovels, noble houses, platforms that can be expanded and stacked to create temples. The hovels and houses are shells that slip over bases that are ruins. In addition, there are props such as stelae, altars, and a calendar stone. I used photographic textures from three sites I visited: Tulum in the Yucatan and Tehuacalco and La Campana on Mexico's west coast.
It's available at wargamevault or rpgnow for $6.00.
Last Edit: Aug 13, 2010 17:41:16 GMT -9 by squirmydad
This new set looks really good and looks like it work well with the Fantasy block set he released a while back.
I picked up the Scifi Blocks 2 and The Hangar the other day.
And dare I say it the Hangar is one of the more beautiful (is that possible) pieces I've seen coming from Glenn's corner of the paper model universe. I absolutely love it. I am really thinking of making one a Mekboy workshop...
The TerraPrime stuff has definitely got my interest.
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