Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Mad Scientist's Telescope for 25-28mm Steampunk Pulp or Fantasy Miniatures

Every evil scientist should keep an eye on the sky. Just to check on what may be happening in the nearby galactic neighborhood. You never know when an approaching meteor might offer a chance to collect some rare supermetal from a new crater. Or perhaps the approach of an extraterrestrial spaceship might bring you new technology (even an alien invasion has the potential for expanding your knowledge).

So no laboratory would be complete without a telescope. This scenery piece could be just what you are looking for.

Mad scientist with his telescope - left side view - 25-28mm scale miniature.
Left side view of the telescope.
Mad scientist with his telescope - right side view - 25-28mm scale miniature.
Right side view of the telescope.
The telescope stands about 2-1/8 inches (54 mm) tall. The base is 1-1/4 inches (32 mm) in diameter. It would be at home in the laboratory of 20th Century mad scientist, a 19th Century Steampunk inventor, even a medieval wizard. In this case, I have chosen to paint the scenery piece in a variety of metallic colors.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Mad Science Industrial Laboratory Equipment On Shipping Pallets 25-28mm Game Scenery

Our mad scientist is busy checking in a new delivery of laboratory equipment. Or maybe he is preparing to send out his latest nefarious inventions to a secret sponsor?

New shipment of laboratory equipment scenery for 25-28mm wargaming.

These industrial scenery pieces are set atop shipping pallets. Each piece measures about 1-1/2 inches (37 mm) in length.

These miniatures would be useful as victory objective markers in many gaming scenarios including a mad scientist's laboratory, an industrial manufacturing plant, or a military base. Designed for use with 25 to 28 mm scale miniatures.

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Friday, January 13, 2017

Large Standing Stone Head Idols for 25-28 mm Miniature Gaming

Looming out of the swirling mists in a remote valley, large stylized heads carved from local rock stand silently. They stand unmovable, watching... and perhaps waiting.

Who knows what purpose these statues are intended for. Are they tribute to some forgotten deity? Or do they mark a significant geographical location, possibly announcing the boundary of an ancient society?

They can be used in a wide variety of miniature gaming situations. For fantasy settings, they can be a shrine to a particular god. In action adventure pulp games, they can indicate the location of a forgotten treasure site. From a science fiction perspective, they could be the remains of an ancient interstellar race.

These scenery pieces stand about 2-1/2 inches (64 mm) tall. Their bases measure 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) in diameter.

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