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We are wanting to produce resin scenic models for a Sacred Sites range. Think of the burial tomb of a revered ancient hero, sealed behind stone slabs. Or a circle of standing stones half as old as time, hallowed by long dead priests. Or a weathered summoning circle in the depths of a lost valley, a place of sacrifice and worship, now only remembered only by the Old Gods.


We want to create these places for tabletop gamers with resin cast models. Whether you want something extra for your roleplaying sessions, or are looking for evocative scenery for the fantasy battlefield, these models will add character and mystery to your gaming world.

We are offering three different designs.


The first is a set of six Standing Stones, comprising a pair of small stones, a pair of leaning stones and a pair of tall stones. They can be placed in a circle, in parallel lines to flank a pathway, or dotted irregularly across the landscape. Each stone is on a 2"/5cm diameter base and measure upto 2.5"/6cm high.


Our second design is the Barrow Tomb, a humped burial mound sealed with a stone portal entrance. With inspiration taken from historic Neolithic sites, the design will give the ideal resting place for the bones of dead kings or the haunting place of wights.  It measures 6"/15cm long by 4.5"/11cm wide by 1.75"/4cm high.


And our third design is the Circular Dais set. The main piece of the set is a weathered stone platform (8"/20cm in diameter), with two low stepped levels. We also include four broken stone arch pieces (2"/5cm high with a base 1.75"/4cm long), which can be used to make two broken gates or placed to resemble gothic flying buttresses. Whether you are crowning a king at longest day or summoning evil monstrosities at midnight, the Circular Dais is the ideal model to set the scene.


We are also offering all three sets together for a complete Sacred Sites offer. Put Standing Stones around the Circular Dais for extra mystic effect, have the Barrow Tomb holding the bones of long dead kings nearby – the potential for creating different scenic sites is huge.


All of the models are designed by us and cast by us. We are also offering a limited number of models fully painted and flocked to the standard shown in the pictures.

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