You wait an age for some dry stone walling then suddenly three lots come along at once! Yes more terrain pieces as I look to tidy up the cluttered shelves behind my painting station here at 'Awdry Towers'. I had first seen these rather splendid creations over at Phil's wonderful 'Diary of a Gaming Magpie' - a superb blog and one if you have not already visited, I strongly suggest you do! As I am in the habit of doing, I duly jotted down the details and promptly forgot all about them until this most recent bout of terrain building. Whilst waiting for 'Warlord Games' to discover where they had put their own stock of dry stone walls something pricked the recess of my memory and before I could stop myself I had 'won' these over at eBay.
Bought through 'Tiny Worlds Wargaming's' online shop, you get eight pieces of resin loveliness for the bargain price of £12.49, which includes postage and packing. They have a more ramshackle look to them than my previous buys, with certain sections completely destroyed. Scale wise they are not as tall as the 'Warlord Games' counterparts, but this is probably as a result of them not having so much unsightly resin on their base.
In the interest of fairness to the much maligned, 'Warlord Games' I should point out that these sections from 'Tiny Worlds' are riddled with air bubbles, but they are not as instantly noticeable due to the style of sculpting, the more rugged look masking any imperfections. Painted using the same palette and based in the same manner as my previous attempts, they will add a bit of character to the board, when I'm finally allowed to have it set up!