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|What may once have been of use is now a dead link||Keldon||12 Oct 2014|
|These pages are no longer worth visiting, it seems that they have moved their business to eBay.||TheDreamer||26 Jul 2014|
|Has some nice inspiration, but overall the pieces are pretty basic and not very well painted. Most of the items are store-bought, with only a minimal amount of "home made" pieces.||Angus Khan||14 Oct 2008|
|I didn't find anything here to enthuse me. As a plog its ok, but almost every piece is a based kit, many from GW, no original construction apparent, no tutorials or explanations. Painting and basing is only to a tabletop standard.||_si_||10 Oct 2008|
|Some interesting ideas and some inspiration. Nothing spectacular.||MUMSY||09 Oct 2008|
|It may be good for inspiration, but it's mostly all basic stuff and rather poorly painted. Most of the items could use a good black wash and a layer of Dullcote.||atomsmasher||08 Oct 2008|
|This site has some good ideas for inspiration but a lot of the terrain is rather basic.||Groove||05 Oct 2008|
|This site has photographs of miniatures, and some small terrain pieces. (Bridges & Siege engines) Appears to be an advertising page for an e-bay store.||Pylar||04 Oct 2008|
|Hobby info and gallery site featuring 28mm GW Lord of the Rings scenery, terrain and figures. Plus lots more on historical themes too.||flagbearer101||03 Oct 2008|
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