I have been a customer of John and Pico Armor for several years. I have not bought much terrain, because I had not found a rule set that I was satisfied with. I did find one, Fist Full of Tows 3. I have now started to acquire terrain to make the gaming table look smart. Of course no one wants a gaming table to look dumb, it leaves a bad impression. A couple of my first purchases are below.
I bought two building types from Pico Armor. These were Pico Terrain, formally owned by Simply 6. I purchased S6-305 3mm terraced houses and S6-307
3mm European street section. The following photos are the terraced houses.
European street section which were worse then terraced houses by a far margin. Quite a bit of grinding on my Dremel was required to allow the street section to lie flat on a surface. It did not take long, but it was messy. Though the final results were well worth the extra work and one cannot beat the price.
And now onto the editorial portion of this post. 3mm gaming has been growing in popularity over the last few years. What has not kept pace with the popularity of this scale is terrain. I like to put a game on a good looking table. As I have gotten older, the look of the table has become even more important to me. Pico Armor and Gamecraft Miniatures are a good start, but by no means enough. I know there are a lot of 2mm buildings and those are adequate, but I would rather have true 3mm buildings. Please manufacturers here my cry, please increase your lines.
Thank You for reading.