Grab New Pre-Painted 28mm WWII Terrain From Micro Art Studio!

June 8, 2022 by brennon

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Micro Art Studio has added a new set of 28mm pre-painted terrain to their collection! This time around they're heading to the period of World War II with a whole host of buildings for making quick and easy tabletops to play your wargames.

WWII Normandy Pre-Painted Terrain - Micro Art Studio

WWII Normandy Pre-Painted Terrain // Micro Art Studio

The terrain has been designed to match the kind of landscapes that would have been fought over in Normandy during the period. It would be a solid fit for the likes of Bolt Action as you can see from the images here where loads of troops are swarming around the various buildings.

WWII Normandy Restaurant - Micro Art Studio

WWII Normandy Restaurant // Micro Art Studio

Each house comes pre-painted or indeed pre-colours inside and out meaning that whilst they might be a little more on the expensive side, you're skipping a lot of time when it comes to painting these pieces for the tabletop.

WWII Normandy Garage - Micro Art Studio

WWII Normandy Garage // Micro Art Studio

There is also a good mix of different terrain types for making a functioning and realistic village or town. You have the restaurants and shops alongside houses and even massive pieces like the church.

WWII Normandy Church - Micro Art Studio

WWII Normandy Church // Micro Art Studio

The full interiors make these perfect for those who are looking to play out skirmish games with a handful of miniatures per side. They also allow you to actually put full squads inside of buildings, creating more realistic firing points where guns can get a bead on everything else going on below them.

There is much more for you to check out over on the Micro Art Studio Webstore. There are twelve kits in total for this pre-painted range including ruins and wall sections for adding around the larger terrain pieces.

Are you going to be snapping these up?

"There are twelve kits in total for this pre-painted range including ruins and wall sections for adding around the larger terrain pieces..."

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