For a 15mm ancient city and some jungle/Darkest Africa bits, you can find them on a friend's site here; http://www.warfactory.co.uk/ - My stuff is in Alan's Stuff on the gallery page.
Something else that isn't mine, but which might be of interest to LOTR folk, is a super Corsair's ship scratchbuild - you can see it along with a detailed step by step description in the Gamers Guild Forum here; http://www.thegamersguild.co.uk/forum/f ... ORUM_ID=14 - look for the threads Terrain Making and painting tips No. 5. While I was checking it to post this, I noticed a castle in part 2 of those threads which is absolutely fabulous.
And there lies the benefit in combining inspiration with perspiration and planning. Al, that is superb and your amazing results are no less than the sum of your hard work. Seriously well done that man.
"You're a big man, but you're in bad shape. With me, it's a full time job." – Lt. Bromhead to Prince Dabulamanzi before the Battle of Rorke's Drift.
Er - this is a bit sad - even for an anorak like me. Each one is an individual bit of card, curved round a pencil I think? So long ago I can't remember for sure.
The worst bit of it was the bricks. I'd read the Pendon modelling guide, where they emboss the card with the back of a scalpel to mark the bricks, then paint the mortar, then paint each brick individually. I did one side, decided it didn't look much different from brick paper, and decided to render the rest. Life seemed too short!
“conscribe te militem in legionibus. pervagare orbem terrarium. inveni terras externas. cognosce miros peregrines. eviscera eos” ̴ “Join the legions, see the world, travel to foreign parts, meet interesting and exotic people, and disembowel them.”
Hi, I got my styrofoam from the 4d Modelshop which is not far from the Tower of London. Loads of great stuff there - worth a visit if you're going to Salute.
The 25mm sheet used for that building was better value than the 10mm sheet I'm going to use for some smaller buildings - I can only guess that the 10mm is more awkward to cut. Unless my memory is playing tricks. I suspect that for 10mm then Antenociti's Workshop might be cheaper. They do mail - I think both do - so compare prices. There's white, green and blue - slight differences in price and maybe density, but I like the blue.