this is my first piece of terrain and it did NOT disappoint! it’s so big! i can’t wait to paint it. it looks great, very detailed, i’m over the moon.
The first reviewer Glenn had it spot on. The mimic miniatures that Katie and andy are selling are incredible. I've ordered twice from them now and I can honestly say I'll be a forever customer. I get little home made notes from them and I CANT WAIT FOR GRIFFON SWAG!!!!
Ever since I started playing TTRPGs I've been like "we need minis that lay flat" and then I found these. I absolutely love them and I will be purchasing from griffon again. I even got a little personalized note from the company(hand written) and a sticker...I love stickers.
Matched up the pulpit with 54mm 'flat' figures from Russia and they are a really good fit.
The photo shows the posting board and other accessories bought mixed with 54mm 'flat' figures from Russia.The scale match is great for the larger figures .
Bought 2 of these and they are going to be great additions to my 'Fleet' . Photo shows landing party of 54mm sailors.
Bought the cannons for my larger scale figures and they work well with them. I decided to have a few different calibers for my boats/forts so cut down two of the barrels at the 'bands' and they look pretty good.The cuts were easy with a single edge blade as the barrels are hollow, a little filing smooths the edges. Original cannon at right. The other two cannons are from Barzso toy sets for size comparison.
These came in really high quality resin that felt tough and primed nicely. I had a great time painting them and even made some custom bases for them! I can’t wait to visit their saloon in-game. :)
I paired my cannons with 54mm Ron Barzso pirates and his really large pirate ship and they match up really well. I haven't tried it yet but If 'needed' it looks like I should be able to 'cut' through the barrel at the rings to make other caliber/close quarter cannons...a must for High Seas adventure on the Spanish Main.
I bought various 'accessory- package- bundles' and they work well with larger scale figures 54mm ,1/'32 etc. The three photos show they fit well in wagons, river boats and next to a 54mm figure. They are all well 'sculpted' and should paint up nicely.
Although used as large tents for war-game figures ,these are also compatible with some larger scale figures. I paired mine in the photo as small tents with some Ron Barzso.' Rogers Rangers' figures.. they work really well.
Here are photos showing that the items can be used with larger scale figures (54mm etc)in dioramas etc.The first photo shows the 'floating debris' with figure added.
The details on this are amazing. I painted mine up and no details were lost. Will come in handy in almost any campain.
I really liked the look of this version of the dungeon sticks. I plan to use them for a under volcano adventure. Once I get some of the items I purchased painted I will update with more pictures.
Really love the design of the docks, and the wrecked boat is a nice sturdy piece. Highly recommend these models.
Nicely designed crypt, that would fit into all kinds of gaming scenarios. Nice solid piece, and easy to paint.
I purchased both sets of docks,
One for before the storm that is coming to damage the area and one for after. They look great! Will order another two sets to add to these and some of the dead body sets they offer.
I've been eyeballing this miniature for a while now, and then I finally stared at it long enough and bought it. Awesome choice, this mini was a lot of fun to paint! Yes, 3D prints can have some obvious layer lines, but surprisingly painted well. Even when dry brushing (which usually shows those later lines)
It held up. Very impressed.
On an odd note, I had to get creative on painting the inside of this things mouth as I couldn't get a paintbrush in there.
This miniature was fun to paint. I also like the size of this miniature. I have some graveyard pieces and this by far is my biggest tomb.
I know some 3D print stuff out there I've seen is ok, but the layer lines are subtle but noticeable when dry brushing highlights. Still a great mini! This would look slick in Resin.
A tad pricy, but there are loaded with details and each looks quite unique. I love how one doesn't have a head nor eyes, it could be a mushroom monk.
It is a medium-sized mini, Putting it almost double the height of a normal DnD mini. I love how he towers over the other mushroom minis. It also has a crap ton of detail, definitely a showpiece among my collection and a personal favorite.
Also, I requested it from there to-do list, and they were super nice.
As with this plastic, it has a bit of lines, and mine had some small holes, however, all this was fixed with a little glue and paint. I like them more than I expected and there also bigger than expected so that's cool. Now to find something to do with them...
As with this plastic there a tad unsmooth but there really cheap and surprisingly detailed. There are more detail then the similar one Reaper Bones makes. Also personally I love there poses.
Sidenote; the other person who posted a review is really good at painting.
This was my second order from Griffon Co. They immediately informed me that my order would be delayed because they had dedicated their company to printing face masks for first responders, and offered me the option to cancel the order or wait. I chose to wait, I received my order two weeks later with a bunch of free gaming stickers. Could not be happier with my order and this company.
I'm excited to use these counters and stools to build our next in game world. The print quality on them is really good. I love how the set is modular so that different combinations can be used for different tavern scenes.