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Re: Tabletop World news

Post by NAVARRO » 27 Oct 2011, o 23:01

czlowiek.morze wrote:I don't say that often, but GW is much better and cheaper and didn't steal anyone's idea :P
Cheaper yes, better? no way IMO... steal the idea of a cemetery? I wonder who's the IP of that...
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Re: Tabletop World news

Post by NAVARRO » 27 Oct 2011, o 23:04

czlowiek.morze wrote:
mahon wrote:
czlowiek.morze wrote:I don't say that often, but GW is much better and cheaper and didn't steal anyone's idea :P
I think what they did is based on a lot of other people's ideas.
they didn't invent cemeteries, did they? :P
they weren't the first to describe a deathworld, were they?
orcs, goblins, elves, dwarves - not GW ideas.
and what about dragons?

playing devil's advocate, I know... :twisted:
But I didn't see any miniature company making a whole cemetery before :P
There are companies that try to follow GW realeases and what they did, makes them one of them.
Looking at all TW releases I dont think thats the case here... but who knows?
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Re: Tabletop World

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Re: Tabletop World news

Post by DAGabriel » 10 Feb 2012, o 21:34

NAVARRO wrote:
czlowiek.morze wrote:I don't say that often, but GW is much better and cheaper and didn't steal anyone's idea :P
Cheaper yes, better? no way IMO... steal the idea of a cemetery? I wonder who's the IP of that...
I have been following their thread at warseer for more than half a year now and i own GW buildings and all the newer ones by TTW.
They posted their idea and progress concerning the graveyard way before the GW one (i think at the beginning together with their plan for a medieval city) and pictures at about the same time.
Regarding quality, no way, the TTW buildings are at least a whole class better in all concerns, better to build, better to paint, better to look at.

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Re: Tabletop World

Post by fullheadofhair » 11 Feb 2012, o 04:11

I think those trees are hands down a massive improvement on the GW trees. I have never seen this company before and will look into it. Loved the building. Is it resin?
Currently painting 15mm's with an extremely large brush - one step away from dipping them in the pot.

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Re: Tabletop World

Post by DAGabriel » 11 Feb 2012, o 09:23

Yes, quite good quality resin. Very nearly no bubbles, very few flash. Only problem is the priming because of the deep recesses between the stones.

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Re: Tabletop World

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Re: Tabletop World

Post by Hellspawn » 1 Mar 2012, o 12:26

Now this is nice, wonder what the price is cause it would be really cool to build a nice graveyard scenery for either a table or armies on parade thingy

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Re: Tabletop World

Post by Skrit » 1 Mar 2012, o 12:53

23 x tombstone
1 x graveyard statue
3 x tools (shovel, pick and a hoe)
1 x coffin
2 x stone gargoyle
7 x crow

20 €

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Re: Tabletop World

Post by Hellspawn » 1 Mar 2012, o 15:03

That's pretty cheap i'd say regarding the quantity of materials in the kit. Think I might order one to see

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