Elrik’s Hobbies Flora De Leaf Bases: Review

By |2018-03-07T16:30:48+00:00March 7th, 2018|Categories: Elriks Hobbies, Hobby Hacks, Hobby Products, Product Review, Videos|

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Looking to spice up your models and have a unique ruined temple theme for your models? Take a look at the Flora de Leaf bases from Elrik’s Hobbies!

These resin bases come in a variety of sizes and shapes, perfect for outfitting an entire army. Take a look at this quick summary then be sure to press play on the video below for the entire review!

Flora De Leaf $5 – $11

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Flora De Leaf tile ruins bases.

Flora De Leaf tile – (Lily Flower Tile?) The image of the Flora De Leaf invokes a certain portrayal of royalty, honor, and order. Our Flora De Leaf Tile set are the ruins of a once glorious temple, perfect for a brotherhood or sisterhood of knights, holy warriors or the ones who turned it into ruins to start with!

These bases come in ranges from 25mm to the 170 x 105mm sizes, with many in between, including flying bases! These resin bases have great detail and are not all pristine ruins…some bases include overgrowth as well! The detail is fantastic in each group and one of each set should have the lovely fleur-de-lis icon in the tiles. There is a great balance of ground to tile, perfect for adding detail and grasses and overgrowing the ruins themselves.

The bases are a little thicker than a standard base. The flying stand is perfectly sized to hold the flying base, either glued in or blue-tacked into the base itself. The flying base also has a tile cover, in case you like the base but not the flying part, emblazoned with the fleur-de-lis.

flora de leaf painted

The bases look even more amazing with paint and tufts added, bringing the tiled ruins to life. They would work well with many different factions, including Imperial Guard, Adeptus Custodes, and Adeptus Mechanicus. They can be painted in a variety of ways, the potential is unlimited depending on what theme you are looking at. Each model will have a unique flair as well since each base is different.

There is also a bundle deal, which includes one set of each base for $118

For more hobby tech and bases, head over to Elrik’s Hobbies and see all the exciting additions you can make to your hobby arsenal. Check out the entire review of these tile ruins bases by pressing play on the video below!

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