|Above: A WW2 British Commander and two rifle men guard take up a position in the ruins.|
Now, some readers will recognize that is a product that I wrote about before. In my Post "Have You Ever Heard of XOLK?" I gave my initial thoughts of this very product, but at the time - I had not yet painted one. This product was quick to paint and one could easily get away with spray painting it black and a quick dry brush without using a wash or highlights as extra steps.
The details themselves are etched in nicely in the MDF. Some people told me that they thought I didn't even need to paint the terrain piece up for the table. Personally, I like the piece better painted, but below are some images from the previous article of how the piece looks unpainted.
|A look at an unpainted XOLK Cottage in Ruins.|
|Here we have some 40K miniatures using the structure for cover. Notice that there are some extra boards in the house. Those boards come with the model too. I painted them up and use them around the table as scatter terrain.|
|Another look at the Cottage with some Chaos Cultists using it as cover.|
|The MDF Scenery looks great on the table.|
Being that XOLK is still a fairly new company, I urge you to check out their website and "Like" their Facebook Page. Also stay tuned to Must Contain Minis as there are a series of reviews of XOLK products that will be going up over the next few weeks.
These products are available at some stores in Quebec and Ontario and from XOLK's website. My understanding is that they have good shipping rates for North America, but not as good for overseas. I do apologize to my European readers as you are potentially missing out on a good product here.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!