Howdy folks, it’s a lovely Sunday afternoon here so that means it’s an appropriate time to hit you up with another glorious “Wot I Think” review. For those that care about such details, I should inform you that this is a sponsored review, however I shall keep my opinion as brutally honest as you’ve come to expect.
This time, I’m putting Mad Cars under the microscope with their line of Gaslands compatible pieces designed to work on a 1:64 scale.
So lets take a look shall we?
Hi all guest appearance here – I’m Chris!
Recently I have got my grubby hands on some 10mm MDF Terrain from Laser Cut Architect. I have been trying to find some decent 10mm terrain for ages for Spartan Games Firestorm: Planetfall in the dastardly hopes that a nice looking table to play on will sway Jimmi and John to stick with it. Most of the kits on the interwebs are of large skyscrapers and wot not, mostly I suspect to support Dropzone Commander. I wanted to move away from a city scene to a more outback environment, so I was very happy to stumble upon Laser Cut Architect from a post on Facebook. LCA are a relatively new company based in Chesterfield, UK which is conveniently close to where I live and they have made MDF terrain for many settings which now also includes Shadow War Armageddon but more importantly for me, a good range of 10mm non-city buildings.
Hey guys, today I’m reviewing a recent purchase I made from Wargame-Model-Mods via eBay of their 40 pot MDF Work Area Storage Rack.
I’ve decided to start a review series called “Wot I Think”. I was inspired to do this given my recent ordeal in buying some gaming mats from Deep Cut Studio, hopefully I’ll be able to pass on some sage advice to you guys so you can make the most of my experiences going forwards!