SF 023 – Ad Walls – Upgrade Set
There is nothing worse than a freshly set city or outpost. Yes obviously the scent of fresh paint, oil and sweat fills the air and there is that feeling of accomplishment that you created something amazing. Yet if you turn your head around… every street and corner looks similar. There is nothing special about it.
That’s where we step in and to add some bedazzle to your streets! Every city needs billboards and show it’s citizens that there is more to life than just work. People need to know where they can go party, get their protective software and much more! Our ad stands will lighten grim streets and provide smiles for all hard working inhabitants.
Interstellar Media, here to make your city fabulous.
This set contains:
- 3 Ad Walls
- 6 Pillars
- 3 Sheets with Photoprint Ad’s (Each Sheet has an A & B image to match each wall side)
- 60 Neodymium magnets (square 3 mm cubes)
This product is made out of pre painted white 3mm HDF (High Density Fibreboard) and 3mm acrylic plexiglass, all pieces are pre-cut so you can spend less time on assembly. Model is disassembled and unpainted.The ad graphics are printed on quality photopaper which works great with wood glue and even CA glue. You can choose from 18 different graphics which you can see in the product gallery.
Important! When ordering please use the ‘Order Notes’ to tell me which Photoprint Ad’s you want!
Warning! To assemble this piece you will need glue. I found it best to use wood glue and CA glue.
Ad walls work great as additional line of sight blockers and their variation in shape. Pillars are used to create corners and add some dynamic to the playing field. Their design follow the same aesthetics as other products to have a unified look.
Dimensions: Smaller wall 120 mm x 60 mm x 20 mm / Medium wall 120 mm x 60/80 mm x 20 mm / Large wall 120 mm x 80 mm x 20 mm
Small Pillar 68 mm x 25 mm x 25 mm / Medium Pillar 82 mm x 25 mm x 25 mm / Large Pillar 89 mm x 25 mm x 25 mm
Product photos made by Jarosław Zając
Terrain & Graphic designs made by Michał Warawko