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I went through the forums list and found no WHF terrain forum (That or i'm blind) But anyways, i wanted to know if anyone here has used Hirst-arts blocks to make mordheim terrain, and if they've liked the results. It looks awesome, but its a tad expensive so i just wanted to make sure...
Site URL: http://www.hirstarts.com
EDIT: Bad URL
You know, I haven't personally used it, but some of the results I've seen from Hirstarts sets are just stunning. If you have the money, I'd say go for it. But on the other hand, you could make a terrain board that is almost as good with other materials, you'd just have to do a lot of the detail yourself. And it should cost a lot less. Maybe you could get a few molds from them for center pieces like fountains or something.
But if I was rich, I'd buy their whole line of molds, just to have them. Too bad I'm not so rich.
Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, even if it's wrong.
I have used the basic stone and cobble stone molds (don't own them) and the result is pretty good. If your finances restrict how many you buy (like me!) I'd recommend the walls/stones/cobbles molds - depending on the style of buildings you want. For Mordheim, using these molds you can make scenery much faster. The detail molds are great (love the grave yard set) but if you want lots of buildings fast, use the basic stone/brick molds. You can always do some custom detail yourself. Also, look at the Reaper miniature range - they have some reasonably priced minis that can be used to add detail to your scenery. I'm working up some scenery for Mordheim with the Linka molds - not as good (wrong scale)as Hirst but half the price.
BTW - using plaster casts your scenery does come out heavy and is a little fragile (it can shatter if dropped). I still think it's worthwhile to help speed up the process (time is my rarest asset), plus you can spray undercoat plaster (unlike foam) which speeds up painting.
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