Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Terrain Tuesday #2

OK, it's Wednesday, but it was a Bank Holiday...

My idea of having a weekly terrain post to prompt me to do some regular painting failed this week, but was rescued by a couple of serendipitous charity shop finds this morning.


With a Grendel Scotia tomb entrance
There a bit big, but that the point of monuments - monumental.


And I got a book on the art of Tintin as well...

9 comments:

  1. A couple of very useful acquisitions

    My last charity shop purchases were three non-fiction paperbacks
    Roy Porter - Enlightenment [50P]
    Jeremy Paxman - The Victorians [£1]
    Giles Milton - Big Chief Elizabeth [£1]
    All in excellent condition [only slight slight creasing to the spine].

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  2. They look brilliant! Great find!

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  3. Great luck here! I've been looking for a suitably sized sphinx (say that 3 times fast!) for my SAGA Crusades games. I've not been as lucky as you!

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    1. Not charity shop prices, but Fenris do several sphinxes

      Giant - http://fenrisgames.com/shop#!/FGEGY5-Giant-Ruined-Sphinx/p/48336897

      Just head - http://fenrisgames.com/shop#!/FGEGY2-Ruined-sphinx-head/p/10903132

      Buried - http://fenrisgames.com/shop#!/FGDBEGY120-120mm-DS-round-Karnak/p/12312555

      You may remember I have one of their ruined statues - http://diplomatist2.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/look-upon-my-works-ye-mighty-and-despair.html

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  4. Some great finds there, and I look forward to seeing them in play - so let it be written! So let it be done!
    ; )

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  5. Very nice pieces. A great find.

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  6. Great finds.
    I'm always on the look-out when I visit flea-markets and such. Sometimes you're in luck.

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  7. I couldn't agree more, you need your monuments to command awe and inspiration as our heroes come across them.

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