Roman Legionary Tent:this is a variation of the basic legionary tent. 15leg has fine grooves designed to catch the color when you wash the model with a dark shade, these grooves can also be used as guides to glue actual strings in place. 15leg-b comes with raised lines instead, which are designed to catch the color when you drybrush a light tone. It is...
Roman Legionary Camp: this is the Praetorium, the legionary camp HQ tent. 15prt is based on the relief of Trajan column and other similar references and it's sized to be as large as possible to still fit on a single 40x40 base. In a legionary camp there would be several other tents like this as well as for the general's HQ, each military Tribune and each...
Greek tent: This tent is designed to be suitable for any Hellenistic and Greek army. It has half of the front outer cover tied up showing an flowing inner curtain of a lighter material. The model is about 38mm wide, 30mm deep and 18mm tall..
Spartan Dokana: This Dokana, or Beams of Castor and Pollux, is based on a Lakonian grave relief. Lacking any direct reference to the size, it is suitable also for 25/28mm. The model is ~45mm tall and fits on a standard 40x40mm DBM baggage base..
Nobles�s Yurt: This yurt is a larger, somewhat fancier type, and has a woodframe door and central dome. It can be used mixed together with 15yur as a Nobles �lite or commander's tent of an earlier period, or instead of it for a later army..
Medieval Pavilions: This round tent is an example of the typical noble's field accommodations as could be seen in any medieval army camp, and can also be used for early renaissance armies. The model is about 38mm wide, 38mm deep and 36mm tall..
Peasants straw huts: This thatched hut is an example of the standard troop field accommodations as could be seen in any medieval army camp, and can also be used for several dark ages and even early renaissance armies. The model is about 25mm wide, 33mm deep and 17mm tall..
Ottoman Tents: These camp tents are designed to be used as a baggage element for any Ottoman Turk army up to the renaissance. They are based on those you can see in this original painting, and small enough to fit on a standard 40x40mm DBM baggage base. They are suitable for other armies of Islam during the middle ages..
Arab palace Tent: This large tent could be the accommodation of a king or the field headquarter of the army. It can be used by any arab nomad army, and can also be used for several central asian armies. The model will fit on a 80x80mm base (Four DBM 15mm baggage)..
King's Pavilion: This large pavilion could be the accommodation of a king or the field headquarter of the army. It can be used by any western medieval army, and can also be used for early renauissance armies. The model will fit on a 80x40mm base (Two DBM 15mm baggage)..