Post by glennwilliams on Jun 9, 2011 12:08:41 GMT -9
Slagtown: Watchtower II is an inexpensive, introductory model set for Finger and Toe Model’s 28mm sci-fi skirmish sets and lets you game in a dystopian future of urban blight. Slagtown: Watchtower II is a simple, stackable tower platform with parapet and a removable roof. A complete redesign of the original Slagtown: Watchtower, Watchtower II uses more advanced, photo-quality textures and additional design elements that make it much more attractive on the table.
Slagtown: Watchtower II is priced at an enticing, extraordinarily low price so you can easily see if the Finger and Toe product line is for you. You can spend hundreds–even thousands–on expensive resin terrain, then weeks of painting before your gaming friends see your two or three masterpieces. Or . . . you can try Slagtown: Watchtower II to see it works for you, then spend a few dollars on our other sets and in a few hours cover the table–with cover. That's why we're called Finger and Toe Models. We won't cost you an arm and a leg.
Come visit us at www.fingerandtoe.com and see what more you can do with the extensive line of historical, fantasy, and sci-fi model sets. While Finger and Toe specializes in 28mm scale, many models are scaled for 15mm figures, action figures, or even scaleless to blend with any models you have.
Yes, but adding the roof and lower wall segments expanded the package from two to three pages. Truthfully, the motivation behind this release was that the texture and design were a little tired.
As to Necromunda, I loved the game and the scenery elements. Too bad Games Workshop never saw the potential of inexpensive scenery. BUT the real inspiration that got me going was that company's resin sci-fi fort and base models that cost more than a week in Venice. This, by the way, is a prelude to reworking my Slagtown dystopian line over the next few months.
Vermin King: Every so often a Thank You goes a long way. Ray over at Ravensblight is going through a dark time ( I know. Dark is kinda his theme ), but if you appreciate his work, you might go to the site and grab his email and send him a Thank You
Jun 18, 2020 12:22:38 GMT -9
Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
Jun 18, 2020 5:10:41 GMT -9