Landscapes for D+D miniatures (really cool pic's)

I know that most people who play 4th edition or play the miniatures game usually use a gridded map, which is essentially a flat piece of paper with a landscape on it.

I found these on Dwarven-forge.com

they are actual 3-d landscapes to give your mini's more of a realistic feel. they come in several different sets including town settings, castle settings, cave settings and they even sell like NPC townfolk to go along with it.

I once went to a museum in Chicago where they had a room that was probably 60 yards deep and 60 yards wide and they had an entire city made up with people and cars and they had like 14 to 15 train sets going at once. They had a little path set up where you could walk in certain areas and view the city, but for the most part, the whole entire space was dedicated to this miniature city.

If I ever win the lotto, I'm going to build my own building and do the same thing, but I'm going to use miniatures and caves and castles and make as huge Fantasy scene...LOL.

Anyways, I found these pic's and thought someone here might actually enjoy these:

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me likey

ok, I looked online for more pictures and I found a crapload of them. Since I'm bored I'm gonna post them.

alot of these are hom-made by people and others are kits you can buy on line.

here ya go:

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These are really great!!! I want to know one thing.... When can we get startded on making the one for you? This really makes me want to get started and build a whole city or land area.......

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 very nice

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ok, I found this.

Here is the actual still from the movie, followed by someone's miniature re- creation. i thought it was kinda cool.

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here's some more I found:

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Nicer than the little lead ones we had.

Those are quite awesome, that makes me really nostalgic

Some of the LOTR replicas are amazing

My friend and his dad had a massive room in their basement that was engulfed by a landscape for magnetic race cars, I was always jealous and wished I could make something like that for D&D