Budget Buildings 3 Tudor/Medieval Buildings - Pack A
Pack of three 2-Storey buildings.
** FREE P&P **
* Any layout
* For gamers who like to game
* Completely modular
* Easy stack and rotate
* Access to all floors
* Compatible with all Budget Buildings
Three 28mm Flexible Buildings for Gamers, Wargamers, Warhammer and More
Three Modular building sets of 9 modules mix and match to create the map and terrain you need.
Single buildings, towers, streets or villages all easily made up and quickly.
Swap ground floor, upper stories and roofs to make the buildings you need quickly and easily.
Large buildings fit with the smaller buildings perfectly.
This pack includes 9 modules in all, 3 buildings each with 2 floors and a roof.
Mix them up for 1, 2 or 3 story buildings.
Makes part of a street or individual stand alone buildings.
Fully compatible with all our other building sets.
Suitable for 28mm Figures
The buildings are loosely scaled as heroic 28mm or 1/48th to 1/56th - but will fit any typical mini from 1inch to 1.5inches - 25mm to 36mm.
The buildings are based on a 4 inch (10 cm) square, so depending on your scale work out around 12 to 20 feet across.
Where figures are shown in the images these are either from Zombicide, Warhammer or Star Wars.
Each floor is around 2.5 inches (6.5 cm) tall. The height does vary depending on the building style.
Doorways are oversized to allow figures to move through doors and windows.
Buildings are for gaming rather than realistic dioramas.
Maximum flexibility: stack,swap,rotate.
The rooms are designed for maximum gaming flexibility, rooms will have 1, 2 or 3 doors and 1 or more windows and blank walls.
You don't have to face the doors to the front of course.
Upper floors have optional openings into the floor below.
Roof modules do not have a figure space, you can use the half height room extension to create a useable roof space.
Loads of detail, yet easy to make, easy to paint
Each module is made from 3mm MDF, easy to snap together with what I like to call "squeaky fit".
The laser cut is so precise you should just be able to squeak the components into position. It takes less than a minute to make one module.
For accessories like windows and doors you can use any glue - I recommend a Pritt stick or any paper glue stick - there is no mess with these.
MDF is of course ever so easy to paint. If you just want a quick finish you can spray paint in seconds. I recommend punching the pieces out, spray paint, then assemble.
If you want to hand paint details on afterwards then the sky is the limit.
Picture shows Tudor Pack A and B combined to make a larger street scene.
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