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Wow. if that's an example, I really like the illustrative style. It's very different from the multicolors of certain schools of hyper realism.

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Reminds me of Edward Gorey's stuff.


I like it. I don't love it. But I like it. The same style in something more solid and not pop-up, would appeal to me more.

Gorey had a pop up book for Dracula... and once you reminded me.... Yeah, I can see the similarities.


But I am an enormous Gory fan... and can recite the entirety of the The Gashlycrumb Tinies Alphabet.


A is for Amy, who fell down the stairs.

B is for Basil, assaulted by bears.

C is for Clara, who wasted away.

D is for Desmond, thrown out of a sleigh.

E is for Ernest, who choked on a peach.

F is for Fanny, sucked dry by a leach....


The Auld Grump

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I'm quite likely to back this. The fact that this terrain is a)interesting, B) in large pieces and c) folds to store in my army bag to go to the flgs or a friend's house all add up to pretty awesome in my book.


To my points:

A) it looks cool, whether colored or not. The pieces can be used together (the graveyard and the ruin would be a nice pairing) or as single central locations on a table. They also will work nicely for either wargames or RPGs. My Warmahordes games will love the machine shop.


B) I hate scatter terrain for transport. This covers enough area to be easy to set up, and it's easy to keep organized in a pocket of the go-bag.


C) when your friend has space to play but no terrain, you don't want to pack up mountains and hirstart ruins every time you go over there. This makes the table more than bare wood laminate, but gets there easily.


A+ if you ask me.

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