Most of my Middle East buildings have a pretty boring concrete color to them or some variation of concrete, I thought I’d try some different colors today.
Today we are announcing a few new additions to our 28mm Wild West series of structures. The first structure is a two story building that includes an external staircase leading up to the upper floor (Kit number 28MWEST026). On this model the stairs can end at the front of the building or the rear of [...]
The 1/285th scale Middle Eastern buildings category includes resin cast buildings, acrylic building kits and matboard building kits. As the category grew to hundreds of items it started become difficult to tell which items were resin, which were acrylic and which were matboard … so we’ve added sub-categories for the three different types of kits. [...]
I’m working on some new 1/285th scale (6mm) Middle East buildings. These should be available in a few days or so.
Reporting live from Orccon 2012… The guys at Strategicon and PlusTenToAwesome.com are running a few Force on Force Middle East games this weekend at Orccon in Los Angeles. GameCraft Miniatures worked with the guys at PlusTenToAwesome.com to get them the Middle East 20mm buildings they needed for their game. Based on the results of the [...]
Pierced Steel Planking, AKA Marsden Matting Tonight I’ve released some PSP panels in scales ranging from 1/144th scale through 1/35th scale. The pieces are laser engraved 1/8″ MDF with 3D details. In the larger scales the panels are available in individual pieces as well as groups of panels in one assembled piece, in the smaller [...]
Recently I started working on a 1/285th scale (6mm) version of the US Navy LCS2 Independence. This project utilizes rapid prototyping (3D Printing), Laser Cutting, Laser Engraving, and good old fashioned scratchbuilding by hand. The following are some of the steps in the process. The first step is the research phase, this involves downloading every [...]
Today we are releasing the 285MEV045 Gas Station. This gas station is a very generic design so that it can be used in the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and even the Americas and other regions. It’s plain, clean design suggests it’s a modern structure and is suitable for the Cold War period and onward. [...]