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I am having some issues finding Sci-Fi wall and floor panels for a diorama I am planning. I have found a few but they are complete systems and I don't think I need the quantity that they offer.

 

I was looking at the Battle Systems Wargaming Terrain, it is very nice but in order to get wall panels i have to or the Â£70.00 complete system. I am looking for just wall and floor piece that i can order in smaller (3, 4 ,5, 6) piece sets as I dont know how much i will need i just know I need them. I will also be converting and kit-bashing so I think I may need the flexibility of smaller quantity and pieces.

 

Anyone have some good suggestions?

 

Additionally, I have ordered some terrain pieces from warsen.al and as I was looking at their site and notice that A LOT of their stuff is photographed on some unpainted wall/floor piece that are just excellent in style. When I emailed Customer Support about it the man didn't have any idea what it was or how to get it... Anyone have any idea's what that is?

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Battle Systems has some amazing stuff.

It really is nice stuff and once I get my sci-fi story up and running I plan on getting that full set

 

Mantic Sells their Deadzone terrain in different sizes. Their scenery upgrade pack is pretty inexpensive. It's nice terrain too, it's modular and the sections are each 2" squares. 

Doesn't that look familiar! Thank you for the suggestion! I am just horrible with choosing the right keywords to find stuff!

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Try Hirst Arts. Google it.

 

If you are going to be kit-bashing, don't know how much of it you need, etc., you could consider making it yourself.

 

Bruce has molds for Sci-Fi pieces for floors and walls, and other accessories. If what you want are just the walls and floors, you could get away with spending $60 US for two molds that cover all you need (currently about Â£40.00). Not sure what the shipping is, currently, but even if it gets up to close to Â£70.00, you basically have the option of making more anytime you want. Gypsum cement products tend to be very cheap for their weight.

 

Pretty decent investment.

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Here in this very forum is a little post about Sci Fi Walls and floors...

 

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/60292-reaperbryans-sci-if-terrainhirst-arts-project/

 

Take a peek!

That is a good read, thank you! So many idea's... I just have to let a bunch sit in my head for a while and something awesome usually comes out. Thanks

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