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Future Worlds: Industrial Modular Scenery Set
by B M W. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 11/05/2017 05:16:58

I'm really happy with this pack just starting printing and assembly. It's pretty, the parts fit together and the openlock works beautifully. Don't be stupid like me and put supports in it at first ;) As you can see of picture, even with just spray paint it's easy to get nice customizations of colors, without having to use time and effort to handpaint each part. But if you want to - go for it! The parts feel solid. The pdf says it should be printed on a raft, I have seen no such need, and it's come out nice every time. Love it! Looking forward to plaing aliens with my Warhammer Tzeentch aboard a space ship agains marines!

Picture: https://www.instagram.com/p/BWzZ0W4hQA1/



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Creator Reply:
Why thank you for your review. :) I agree that for a lot of people rafts aren't strictly necessary - I've recommended it to ensure that all people, including those with less experience have a good experience. Thank you again and feel free to upload photos of your prints/painting to my Facebook page - always glad to have other people's takes on the models.
Future Worlds: Concrete Wastelands
by Robert T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/31/2012 10:07:52

Great set of templates. I'm using this product to create outlines on styrofoam. A bit more weight and it looks great.



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Future Worlds: Concrete Wastelands
by Mark H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/14/2011 05:35:36

Concrete Wastelands are beautiful. Incredibly well designed, functional and versatile. Who said ruins had to be drab.

Perfect for gaming HALO with miniatures.

Recommended.

Cheers Mark



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Future Worlds: Scenery 101 Boxes & Drums
by Miguel A. M. G. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/19/2010 12:39:54

Bad resolution and bad design, the assembly does not stay well



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Skeletons in the Closet
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 19:30:43

Skeletons in the Closet

What you get:

27 page PDF detailing a low level adventure. As clearly stated this is a beginner’s adventure and as such is fairly simple in scope which is in my opinion a good thing. You get more than most basic adventures, certainly for what you pay for this module. The town and church have a brief history that relates to the adventure without being necessary to run it. You get tactics for the bad guys which is very helpful starting out with 3.5. You get suggestions on how to make the adventure harder or easier while actually running it without making it obvious that’s what your doing, a good skill for a DM to have. There also several built in hooks to other adventure possibilities. Finally you get battle maps for the important rooms which is a nice bonus. I don’t have any criticisms to level as the PDF matches its description and then gives even more than promised.

Warren Henderson



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Propz: Graveyards
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 18:38:12

Propz Graveyards

What you get:

20 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. Like all the Propz’s sets I’ve bought (all of them actually) you get outstanding artwork and step by step directions with accompanying photographs. The models and artwork look so good they can seem intimidating but taking your time and following the clearly written directions you get awesome results. Something I forgot to mention in my other reviews, Arid Hill puts the models on separate pages from the directions so you pretty much only use ink to print the props themselves. Similar to the Dungeon features the set is mostly things rather than places and some of the pieces can be rather small but they do come out looking as awesome as I have come to expect from Arid Hill.

Warren Henderson



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Propz: Minute Dungeon - Custom Rooms
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 18:28:39

Props Minute Dungeon, Custom Rooms

What you get:

25 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. A new feature is the use of Adobe layers feature to turn on and off various items on the models like doors and floor grates. You get several size rooms in both stone and wood and plaster to match the first 2 Minute Dungeon sets, the signature pieces is the 2 level wharf. This models has 9 pages of parts so it can be intimidating but like all the Arid Hill models I’ve bought isn’t really. All the artwork is outstanding and the models go together quickly. As for the directions they are easy to follow being step by step with accompanying photographs. While not a complaint you do need to be aware to get the awesome artwork your printer will use a fair amount of ink but the resulting models are worth it.

Warren Henderson



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Propz: Minute Dungeon - Plaster & Wood
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 18:22:03

Props Minute Dungeon, Plaster and Wood

What you get:

26 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. These are mostly the same as the original Minute Dungeon with the important addition of a door variant that is wall texture to cover unwanted doors. All the artwork is outstanding and the models go together quickly. As for the directions they are easy to follow being step by step with accompanying photographs. You don’t get any rooms per se however the walls have artwork on both sides so you build the corridors and use the floor mat to make the rooms between them. While not a complaint you do need to be aware to get the awesome artwork your printer will use a fair amount of ink but the resulting models are worth it.

Warren Henderson



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Propz: Minute Dungeon
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 18:15:31

Props Minute Dungeon

What you get:

26 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. All the artwork is outstanding and the models go together quickly. As for the directions they are easy to follow being step by step with accompanying photographs. You don’t get any rooms per se however the walls have artwork on both sides so you build the corridors and use the floor mat to make the rooms between them. While not a complaint you do need to be aware to get the awesome artwork your printer will use a fair amount of ink but the resulting models are worth it.

Warren Henderson



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Propz: Crossing the River
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 17:56:15

Props Crossing the river

What you get:

19 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. All the artwork is outstanding, so much so it can look intimidating however if you take your time and follow the directions the models aren’t that hard. As for the directions they are easy to follow being step by step with accompanying photographs. While not a complaint you do need to be aware to get the awesome artwork your printer will use a fair amount of ink but the resulting models are worth it.

The Models

  • River Bank
  • Arched Bridge
  • Toll House
  • Stepping Stones
  • Rowboat
  • Wooden Jetty
  • Grass Mat
  • Water Mat

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Propz: Dungeon Features
by Warren H. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 02/13/2010 17:50:19

Props Dungeon Features

What you get:

35 page PDF file with 2 pages being what tools you’ll need and how to cut, fold and glue the models. All the artwork is outstanding, so much so it can look intimidating however if you take your time and follow the directions the models aren’t that hard. As for the directions they are easy to follow being step by step with accompanying photographs. While not a complaint you do need to be aware to get the awesome artwork your printer will use a fair amount of ink but the resulting models are worth it.

The Models

  • 3 altars
  • 2 kinds of tables
  • 4 kinds of benches
  • 4 kinds of chairs
  • double door and archway
  • pool in a basin
  • 2 kinds of pillars
  • stone staircase
  • spiral staircase
  • wooden staircase
  • 2 kinds of treasure chests
  • 6 2”x2” floor tiles 3 pits and 3 depicting the 3 staircase models
  • Stone floor mat

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Future Worlds: Scenery 101 Boxes & Drums
by Peter S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/18/2009 17:34:54

The Crate and drum inserts really make this set more realistic looking than others. The capability of pcs to open crates and drums and even spill them really opens up your rpg options. Of course you ca just say you open them but it is so much more fun to actually open them. The set actually only comes with open or closed crates or drums but if you want to be more realistic than just substituting an open one for a closed one, there are enough extra pieces to make lids from. I give this set 5 stars.



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Future Worlds: Concrete Wastelands
by Peter S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/01/2009 17:59:31

I think this a very nice set of wall ruins that fits in well with any futuristic combat games and rpgs. Not my first choice because of the price, but the solid concrete wall effect is a nice alternative to all the metal textures that are available for less when you find a need for new scenary.



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Future Worlds: Bunker 594
by Peter S. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 10/14/2009 14:23:16

It's got an interior for your troops or big gun or whatever. Not difficult to construct and the price appears to be more competitive than before.



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Future Worlds: Concrete Wastelands
by Marc F. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 09/24/2009 18:37:42

This is an absolutely a great set. I've used in historical gaming as well as sci -fi . Using black foamcore produces a realistic and durable set of ruin models.



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