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Embaba adobe 28mm scale North African terrain

$20.00

Product Description

Embaba adobe 28mm scale north african terrain is a small crenelated mud brick  defensible structure that can be found from oases to the inner cities of the north african region. Only one entrance and extra cover on the roof through the access hatch makes for a great location to make a stand or hold a objective. The fully accessible interior is simple as the exterior, a rough hewn stone floor with a basic wooden roof.

 

The laser etched detail is such that light gradients of thinned paint over primed surfaces are almost all that is needed to bring this terrain kit to life. A quick dry brush over the exposed bricks will add even more texture to the laser etched area to truly sell the shattered plaster. With the right color choices this basic kit from our north african terrain line could be at home in almost any setting.

 

The building itself measures about 3.5in x 3.5in and stands 3in tall.

All international orders will be emailed a quote for exact shipping cost that will be added to our standard shipping charge.

This kit is made in the USA by Ironheart Artisans from laser cut 2.5mm MDF and is a multi-part kit that will require assembly. The parts come completely cut and are NOT attached to a sheet that need to be punched out.

The painted example pictured is a prototype with certain differences from the model being sold. The unpainted kit shown is exactly what is included and how it is cut, we have made many improvements since the prototype.

Miniatures shown for scale only and painted by Robert Chandler, heads by Brigade Games and bodies from Perry Miniatures.

Painted kit by Robert Chandler and Dave Taylor.

Full table shots are for scale reference only and to give you a idea of what is possible with our north african terrain range.

 

For more reference to this type of architecture

http://islamic-arts.org/2012/cairos-islamic-architecture-7th-to-18th-centuries/