Review-unboxing FORESET Set

Review-unboxing FORESET Set

CONIFEROUS FORESTS SET from Terrains4Games - unboxing review

Forests are a standard / basic terrain feature found in all miniature games.

It obstructs the view, hides the troops and makes it difficult to fire.

Forests from T4G cost $ 75

orest set You can find here


The forest stands are packed in stretch foil - each separately.

You will find the trees and the stands for the trees in separate plastic bags.

For shipment, the whole set is packed in a cardboard box - the cardboard inside contains a lot of fillers and the outside is covered with tape on the bottom and on the sides - so that the contents arrive in perfect condition - wrapping the bottom of the cardboard with tape means that even if the delivery person leaves the cardboard under the door, the contents will not get wet


The package contains 5 stands for forests of various sizes.

3 stands are larger, 2 are smaller. About dimensions xxxx xc

There are 32 trees in 4 different sizes

The largest is 11cm tall

Each tree has its own tree base.

The trees are moveable


The tree bases are made of resin

It's hard for me to count how many stand designs there are, but at least 8.

There are larger stands for taller trees, and smaller ones for lower trees. The stands are covered with static grass with roots sticking out of it and a few stones. The trees are inserted and not glued into these sockets, they hold well, except for the 3 larger ones that I decided to glue. We grab the tree and set it up

Trees are simple pines. Such as Heki or Faller. A wire trunk and branches tangled in it, no single ones. Simple but therefore indestructible. Nothing is falling apart from them because there is nothing to fall apart. The green color of the trees is ok, but I wonder if I can lighten them slightly with an airbrush and add some color depth.

Stands/Bases for forests - they were laser cut and then processed by hand. The bases are 4mm thick, which means they are thicker than the standard ones used in 3mm MDF terrain, which makes them more durable. The stands are covered with 2mm high static grass. Juicy green (summertime tg4 color) dominates with local lightening of the dried grass with a slightly honey-yellow color. The grass is perfectly even.

You can see that electrostatics was used (flock ark)

The grass stands very nicely, it may sound funny, but it's nice to smack it :)


Because I play skirmish and regiment battlefields, forests with movable trees and a separate stand are the perfect solution for me.

When my regiment enters the forest, I rearrange the trees and, importantly, the outline of the forest will not change its location.

The forest stand is basically even, there are small stones in 2-3 places, but small enough that I can put Movement traya on them.

Nothing comes off, the trees on the bases are stable.

5 forests for a battlefield is quite a lot, and I definitely won't use all of them in every battle. Then the redundant stands can simulate a different area of the terrain.


stands for forests:

large length 30cm / 12 inches width 16cm / 6 inches

small: length 21cm / 8 inches, width 14-15cm / 5.5 inches

stands for trees:

large diameter 5cm

small with a diameter of 3-3.5 cm


large: 6 pieces - h 11cm

medium: 10 pieces 10cm

smaller medium - 9 pieces of 8cm

small  4 pieces 6.5 cm

mini 3 pieces 5.5cm

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