My friend got another shipment of 4Ground buildings, from the Game Chamber, London's Ontario's newest and best gaming store, and asked me to build them for him.
His order consisted of 4x15mm and 4x28mm buildings, all from the the Europe at war range.
The 4ground buildings are very easy to build, these kits took somewhere between 60- 90 minutes each. The instructions are better ordered than the previous kits I built, but I didn't follow them, I mainly used them to determine what pieces went with each floor.
I built three of the 15mm buildings and these are the results (The penny is for scale, I don't have any 15mm figures to use)
First up: North West European shops
|This picture shows how incredibly small the sizing error of the end gable is and how big the gap is.|
|Here it is in floors|
Cecil offered a piece of Balsa wood for me to make a replacement piece, the missing piece is an internal roof support, and no one would see it. I declined as I had big enough scrap pieces for me to construct one, but I really didn't want to scratch build if I didn't have to.
Before heading to bed I e-mailed 4Ground in the vain hope I could get a replacement piece.
I was mentally preparing a blistering indictment on the modern practice of not supporting a product after it has reached its end user.
This morning, I checked my E-mail and the 4Ground Public Relations machine had completely blindsided me by replying the missing piece will be dispatched ASAP.