While it was fun making our various terrains and trying to get them off the ground we sadly had to invest a lot of time, energy, and money into it with little demand. For now we are not taking any new orders. We will update the website should we decide to pick it back up again, but neither of us has time enough to invest at the moment.
Many thanks to those who showed interest in our terrain!
Designed for use in roleplaying games or miniature wargames, these solid, resin cast fireplaces have an electronic component inside them that, when switched on, causes a flickering, realistic-to-scale firelike glow. The light flickers and dances, giving a realistic feel to the inn or dungeon room.
The mantle and space above the mantle has been left intentionally blank to allow you to affix your own items to them if you like, or leave blank for a starker look if you desire.
The electronics are housed in the back of the fireplace, and there is a simple on/off switch. The battery, in our testing, lasted for about 120 hours, and did not begin to dim before 100 hours of continuous use.
The fireplace comes painted and ready to go, just as you see in the photo. Please note, the figures are for scale purposes and are not included in the sale.
Bring a realistic touch to your wargame or roleplaying game. Perfect for simulating the roar of a bonfire, or the flames jetting from a wrecked vehicle. Add a wad of cotton or polyfill painted black or dark brown for an extra touch of realism.
This is a resin cast fire with an internal LED component that lights up when switched on. The battery and electronics are housed in the bottom of the casting. It is cast in bright orange resin, and then painted to look more realistic as flame. It can be placed on a vehicle which has been knocked out, or the floor of the dungeon to mark where a dragon breathed.
It is shipped with a battery inside, ready to use out of the box. In our testing, the battery lasted for over 100 hours before it began to dim, and is easily replaced should it die.
The figures and the vehicle (both 28mm) in the pictures are for scale purposes only.
We created version 2 of the miniature campfire; we used orange dyed resin instead of clear so that the flame is natural orange and then do some minor dry brushing.
We have some new Crystal Colors for our Pulsing Crystals! I’ve including the galleries below.
We just put some of them up on Ebay.
We’re back from our end of year hiatus and starting to produce things again. To start with is our trusty old campfires on ebay. We have a couple new items in the works and we have an electrical housing we started 3d printing for new designs, sadly it’s bit large for our campfires but we’re working on a way around that. Additionally we will also be bringing a store live on our site once we get all the details squared away.
Happy Holidays to everyone. We haven’t done much lately for various reasons, but we plan to start fully back up in the middle of January. In the interm if you’re interested in a campfire or pulsing crystal drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try to help you out.
Jimmy and Stacia were playing with some of our spare campfires and made some cool scenes!
These Crystals are cast colored urethane plastic, extremely durable, and come completely finished, ready for the tabletop. Inside each crystal is housed an electronic component that makes the crystal pulse with an ominous green glow, visible in the full light of a well lit gaming room.
This is an ideal item for a necron player to augment the look of his army with, but could also find a home with a Circle of Orbos player, or a Cryx player too. Also great to add atmosphere to a dungeon.
They are powered by a CR2032 3 volt battery and have a switch underneath.
Locate Slot on Switch Side of Battery Compartment
Insert screwdriver or something similar into slot. You can use your fingernail as well, but a screwdriver is easier.
Tilt handle of screwdriver away from battery and the battery will pop out.
To install replacement battery, place battery with positive side up under tabs on side furthest from switch. The tips of the tabs should be visible. No not press far side tabs under battery.
Press down on battery on side by switch to snap battery into place.
Battery has been successfully replaced.