What Buildings & Accessories Would You Like to See? (2 Viewers)

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In over a decade in this forum, I don’t recall ever seeing a thread about what buildings and diorama accessories we would all like to see produced. So, what would you all like to see, both within the realm of reason and outside of it?

Realistically, here are some things on my list:
-Some eighteenth-century gunboats that would work for American, British, and French forces from the Seven Years War to the Napoleonic Wars. Nothing too crazy, but I think this would be possible.
-A Foreign Legion/desert fort
-More durable foliage for both woodland, field, and jungle settings

Less realistically:
-A modular wood star fort
-A modular stone city wall/star fort
 
In over a decade in this forum, I don’t recall ever seeing a thread about what buildings and diorama accessories we would all like to see produced. So, what would you all like to see, both within the realm of reason and outside of it?

Realistically, here are some things on my list:
-Some eighteenth-century gunboats that would work for American, British, and French forces from the Seven Years War to the Napoleonic Wars. Nothing too crazy, but I think this would be possible.
-A Foreign Legion/desert fort
-More durable foliage for both woodland, field, and jungle settings

Less realistically:
-A modular wood star fort
-A modular stone city wall/star fort

I love the last one that could be Saint Elmo or Birgu at the Great Siege of Malta.
 
Yeah, the fortress pieces are a good idea. Along those lines, chevaux de frise and gabions. I think there are some out there already, but it would be nice to have more of a selection, or even kits. Armand Bayardi made gabions, very nice pieces in resin, with crisp detail. But he's retiring and not making new pieces.

Prost!
Brad
 
“:Along those lines, chevaux de frise and gabions...”
We have already those Brad.
Ken
 
“:Along those lines, chevaux de frise and gabions...”
We have already those Brad.
Ken

Absolutely love the Britains chevaux de frises. Would you consider releasing your gabions unpainted, so they could be used (and combined and modified) more economically in larger models?
 
Absolutely love the Britains chevaux de frises. Would you consider releasing your gabions unpainted, so they could be used (and combined and modified) more economically in larger models?
Keep an eye on our Campaign Miniatures collection as we move forward. We currently have 24 figures and a vehicle, that will have another 12 figures, another vehicle and some accessories toward the third quarter of this year.
 
The Beau Geste fort, if you can locate one will satisfy a desert fort. I have added to it with King and Country wall, gate, and buildings from biblical pieces.
 
I love the last one that could be Saint Elmo or Birgu at the Great Siege of Malta.
I would like to see:
-A Foreign Legion/desert fort
-A modular stone city wall/star fort
These could be modular and we can go buying the parts and building the forts as we most pleasure and or budget allows.....
Just applying the same concept of the Desert Village range from K&C that at one point offered , a gatehouse, corner towers, walls and a complement of different buildings that given their interesting constructions provided a lot of opportunities for us to set up dioramas......
Cheers
A_C
 
More European buildings, like the backdropped building K & C do, plus destroyed or complete buildings for the battle of the Bulge.
 

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