I was hoping some of you fellow gamers who have built walls to defend you cities and gun turrets would post some pictures of your work. I would love to see what you have created to give me some ideas. I think we all would love to see your terrain.
Scott Washburn's Paper Terrain has city walls specifically for AQMF.
Seen his stuff, didn't like the prices, have found other sites where I can print up such things for free or really cheap. Either that or make my own to print up
Fair enough as far as pricing concerns. Can't beat free. I use a bit of AQMF Paper Terrain but I do not have the walls, yet.
(Fanz Boyz Mode Engaged)
My pricing comparison is against comparable plastic HO scale buildings, assembly time and effort, and the cost of printing it myself. Also Paper Terrain buildings appear to my eye to have a more realistic foot print compared to the plastic HO buildings. The plastic buildings are physically larger and more a challenge at storing.
(Fanz Boyz Mode Disengaged).
But anyhoo. The poster wanted to know about a source for walls. Only one I could think of. Appears you may have other options for walls?
A: Scott's stuff comes laser printed on poster board. He cuts light poster board and feeds it into a commercial-grade laser printer. I have gone to Office Depot to print off copies of PDFs I have purchased. It costs between $1.00 and $2.00 per sheet just for the printing, I supply my own paper. B: Scott's designs pay attention to history as well as architecture. His stuff looks good and it makes sense. It is designed for the historical gamer. C: Most of the buildings are shells that cover a destroyed version inside. Very handy. D: After it's constructed, Scott's stuff is extremely robust. Toss it in a box and schlep it wherever you want to go. E: it is the stuff you are looking for.
Fat Dragon Terrain They sell PDFs of indoor and outdoor terrain, mostly 25mm. It is fantasy and sometimes it looks a bit wonky, but they have a nice set of hills and some good trees and hedges. If you reduce their terrain by 40% to 50% it fits better in scale.
The owner of Worldworks has moved on to other things, and the site is still up, you can buy things, but the site is not monitored frequently. They have some excellent trees and other foliage. Some of their other stuff is very interesting as well.
Gamewise, what you like is subjective. If you buy a PDF you can print things right away and not pay shipping. If you buy the paper, it takes a bit longer but it is, IMEO, better stuff.
RAINN Studios terrain tiles makes setting up a table easy. They also sell some nice trees and other 3D pieces that are useful.
Bunkers are easy to find as kits or to scratch build.
I'd really love to find some Red Weed. (That's a hint, Scott.)