Tabletop-Art have put together two new base sets for their Ruins Of Sanctuary range. Both 32mm and 40mm bases are now available.
Tabletop Art have a few new terrain accessories for you to shape your tabletop, whether you want it to look like a a Nordic place of worship, or an industrial accident waiting to happen.
Tabletop-Art have some superb looking new bases allowing you to ground your miniatures in the mud and blood of Trench Warfare. See what you think of these…
If you’re looking to give your Imperial Guard the look of the Forge World or maybe you just like the cold digital embrace of the Borg these Biomechanic Heads from Tabletop-Art look like they could be a neat addition to your bitz box.
Tabletop-Art have shown off some new pieces of terrain which can be used to shed a little bit of light on proceedings. Here we have both the Small Lanterns and Small Street Lanterns which could be used in a whole range of different games.
Tabletop-Art have two new sets of Cobblestone Bases for you which come in both 30mm and 40mm flavours. The style is that of cracked paving stones more than cobblestones but would be perfect for an urban environment…
Tabletop-Art are going to be donning their Skull Masks and doing something creepy. This could well be a ritual, or maybe you just want your warriors to look scary as all hell. I see these as a perfect opportunity to make an awesome gang of wastelanders for Mad Max style wargaming!
If you’re looking for a set of plain bald male heads for using within your collection of 28mm models then how about these ones from Tabletop-Art?
Tabletop Art have some new 32mm scale bases released, taking your miniatures to the crystal powered tech of the future or to the conditions of trench warfare.
Come up with some funny or indeed very serious objectives for you to undertake with these new terrain pieces from Tabletop-Art for your 15mm tabletop.