Way back when I posted a few cool finished pieces of wood from a local vendor to the blog and talked about how I would use them on miniatures.
|Display Bases: Finished Wood Crosscuts
Recently, I decided to build on that. I wanted to bring these unique items to the miniature enthusiasts at large, so I created WoldStand through my Markshire Studios personal business name.
I cherry picked some initial offerings (pun intended) and will be adding even more stock to the site before a week is over. Within the catalog are a burl, a silver maple knot, an Austrian pine plinth as well as some one inch rounds and one of my favorites, the three inch Sycamore hexagons.
Some examples of the new stuff:
|My favorite, the silver maple knot.
|A burl or growth on a tree.
|Kind of looks like a turtle.
But imagine it with a velociraptor and some static grass.
|A fairly symmetrical hexagon.
And let’s not forget the little tabletop guys. I have one inch rounds cut from yew and oak branches. Both with really interesting aspects to make each of your minis unique. Even if you have 20 tangerine goblins.
I hope everyone goes nuts and buys out my stock, or at least, someone buys $20 worth a week for the next year. That works too.