Barricade

Second terrain pierce from NEW Bantam Alley I Wargames Resin Bits & Terrain Kickstarter is finished. This time it’s a barricade consisting of brick walls, barrel and some other post-apocalyptic stuff. Just like the previously painted fuel depot, it is also very detailed and painting it was a real pleasure. Such barricade can really be a nice decoration of any gaming table.

Bantam Alley terrain
Bantam Alley terrain
Bantam Alley terrain
Bantam Alley terrain

Bantam Alley Wargames Resin Bits & Terrain – review

I was given an opportunity to write a few words about products from NEW Bantam Alley I Wargames Resin Bits & Terrain Kickstarter. It is launched by StudioLevel – a Polish company which already have quite a lot of cool diorama elements (mostly fantasy ruins).
The products offered on Kickstarter are 28-32mm finest quality handmade resin casts in post-apocalyptic and industrial theme. They include such cool stuff like detailed technical plates, hatches, barrels, furniture or even whole ready for painting scenery!

Bantam Alley
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On the basis of items I received I can say that StudioLevel have done a wonderful job. Items are made of dark, high quality resin and I found no air bubbles or casting imperfections. I am really impressed with their casting quality. They need only a minimal amount of work before painting. This stuff should be great addition to any diorama or scenic base. Let’s have a closer look at individual items:

Wrecked Hummer – there is really tons of details to be painted:
Bantam Alley
Bantam Alley

Barricade – another detailed diorama element:
Bantam Alley
Bantam Alley

Barrels – even trashed barrels can look cool:
Bantam Alley
Bantam Alley

Large engine:
Bantam Alley

Large electric boxes:
Bantam Alley

Bottle crates (and small electric boxes):
Bantam Alley

Round hatches (40mm to 20mm diameter):
Bantam Alley

Small square panels (average 20x30mm in size):
Bantam Alley

Large panels measuring from 110x110mm to 60x60mm:
Bantam Alley
Bantam Alley
Bantam Alley

Items that I received for this review are only a small selection of all the available pieces that are offered on Kickstarter. If you want to acquire some really great items for wargaming or to diversify your diorama or figure bases, you can give your support for Bantam Alley KS. If you are more of a gamer than painter, you can even buy painted versions of these products.

I am going to use this stuff on diorama for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare which I hope to receive in a couple of months. Of course I am not going to wait that long with painting of these wonderfull items, so expect painted samples here in the following days.

Broken Column

This is my third painted 3D Base Modular Terrain, but this time not a flat one! The walls elevate up to 60 mm above ground (or rather table) level. The Broken Column base is one of my favourite, maybe because it’s so epic.
I painted the base in similar way as Transition C/R base in this post. The ground was airbrushed with shades of light brown, while stones in light grey (with some color variations). Wash and drybrush helped to blend all of this.
Here is how the base looks finished. I used 30mm miniatures for scale (this time from Mierce Miniatures).

3D Bases
3D Bases
3D Bases
3D Bases
3D Bases
3D Bases
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