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13 hours ago, Rigel said:

I like the look of this! A great sculpt, too.

 

I also got the Manor, these are very pretty resin buildings but they are pricey.

I suspect with 3D printing, people will print their own instead of buying these sooner than later.

But I'm happy with mine!

 

 

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Beautiful progress, it promises to be a major attraction in town when it's completed. I like the high quality of Tabletop World products. It's surprising how all the details come out after a simple layer of ink. Keep up the good work.

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13 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

Beautiful progress, it promises to be a major attraction in town when it's completed. I like the high quality of Tabletop World products. It's surprising how all the details come out after a simple layer of ink. Keep up the good work.

 

Thank you!

I also have the Manor.

They are awesome to paint.

 

Your Well is amazing!

Loved what you did with that one.

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On 3/13/2021 at 5:41 PM, Chaoswolf said:

Looking good!

They make some really gorgeous buildings, I'd like to add some to my terrain collection one day.

 

They're expensive, but worth it!

Also if you don't glue them together you can have a playable area!

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Looks great, with the perfect balance of variation to keep everything visually interesting. That's something I really struggle with on larger pieces so I'll definitely be "stealing" a few ideas from here as I tackle my modified Baba Yaga hut.

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On 3/15/2021 at 11:22 AM, TheOldGuard said:

Looks great! Might get some of these at some point (wallet permitting!).

 

Definitely worth it, there are some smaller buildings that are quite affordable.

In the end I'm happy I don't game or I would have bought an entire village.

On 3/15/2021 at 2:23 PM, Rat13 said:

Looks great, with the perfect balance of variation to keep everything visually interesting. That's something I really struggle with on larger pieces so I'll definitely be "stealing" a few ideas from here as I tackle my modified Baba Yaga hut.

Steal away!

Don't forget to show it.

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