I had made quite an extensive series of posts on buildings over the last few months. They covered everything from purchasing, to assembly, to painting, and more. Without a doubt, the most frequent question/comment I get was when was I going to take a picture of all of the buildings on one table?
Honestly, I thought I was done with the whole series, but I’ve gotten so many people asking (read: upwards of two, but that’s huge on this blog), that I thought I’d cave to the hysterical masses and follow through with one of their requests. So, I wound up accomplishing just what they asked: put all of the buildings on the table and take a picture.
I also didn’t put all of the statues and other miscellaneous terrain on the board, but I did manage to sneak in most of those statues. We had some space where we could’ve jammed in some more terrain, but we were actually setting up for a game, and wanted to have some place to maneuver.
Anywho, throughout this post are thumbnails of the table as it was setup before that game. I tried to take pictures from basically every possible angle to get you whatever view it was you wanted. I’m a little sad that we used the grass mat, and not the dirty one, as it seems to be the better choice for playing with buildings.
Oh well. Hopefully this helps to show people the general look and feel of the terrain and get an idea of the total size of all of the buildings combined. As always, please feel free to click on any of the thumbnails to view larger pictures.
By the way, since I’ve written so many posts on the subject, I took the liberty to go back and make a tag for Building Progress. You can click on that link to go back and see all of the posts covering every stage of the process.