Welcome to my latest review, this time I get to play with some of the new Terrain Shed products.
This is from Ascension range that we have already dipped into with the apartment block. This time we are going to look at Beckys Diner.
So the packaging is functional with a new shiny topper That the Bendy Board/Terrain Shed guys have got their hands on.
Very nice looking kit!
BIG warning be very careful with the neon sign. It can be tricky to get the part out of the frame, a sharp knife and patience are a must.
Apart from that channel, the rest of the kit goes together incredibly fast with no messing about and little fuss.
Like the other review the grey board just adds that little more detail that makes the whole thing pop. Plus will make painting it more fun, can anyone say menu boards/signage round the outside? Yes?! Will go for it I am not that good a painter..
For added niceness we also have a roof that comes off and gives up a little counter and plenty of room for models/scatter terrain for whatever your needs are.
The roof fits snugly and wont come off unnecessarily during games.
It’s also worth pointing out the little details like the tiled floor and the supports in the corners means you can feel and see the quality in these kits.
Finally the scale shot, with the bacon delivery waiting for breakfast
Price – £12
Like the Apartment Building already reviewed, the kit is amazing value for what you get and I can’t think of something similar to this on my travels.
Once painted up it will make a nice little piece of terrain in a lot of games (although expect this to appear in my BMG games soon 🙂 ).