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Monday Terrain Corner

And we've made it back around to Monday. I had a nice, restful, relaxing weekend. Considering that Gen Con isn't all that far away, I need to get in as many of those as I can between now and then. We also can use to get your gaming tables looking good. So, let's do that.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Bugs: Into the Tunnels Available From Acheson Creations, New Infinity Terrain From TTCombat, and Wastelang Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.


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Monday Terrain Corner

It's a new week. And we're into a new month as well. We've made it to June, and Summer (or Winter, for you Southern Hemisphere watchers) will be here soon as well. How the time does fly. "Noticing the calendar" aside, it's time to get you some new terrain pieces to make your gaming tables look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: 15mm Roman Fort Available From Baueda, New Hive City News Stands Available From Tabletop Scenics, New: Bolt Action Rural Village Set, New: Sarissa Scenery Sets, and New: Bolt Action Battlefield Accessories.


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Monday Terrain Corner

Monday.
It doesn't even really sound all that nice, honestly.
... Monday...
Oh well. We'll make it through and back towards the weekend. Starting out, though, we've gotta make your tabletops look good.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Waterloo Terrain Available From Brigade Models, Pre-Orders Open For Mantic's Terrain Crate 2, New Infinity Terrain Available From TTCombat, and Hive City Residence Available From Tabletop Scenics.


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TTCombat launches Snappy Stencil Kickstarter campaign

TTCombat has launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new Snappy Stencil line of painting products.



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From the campaign:

Ever wanted to add that extra bit of flair to your tanks, planes and scenery? Now you can over and over, never have a drab model again!

Snappy Stencils is a new product we have designed to help people when painting their miniatures. The idea came about when Jay was painting a tank for the "get it painted" DVD series and he needed a stencil to do some digital camo. He had to resort to using a piece of card which he then cut some very basic shapes and the result ended up being pretty good. So we decided we would improve on the design and create some more but in a more durable form, thus Snappy Stencils was born!



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