Monday, June 4, 2018

WIP: Necromunda Terrain....

I wish they'd modeled the stuff in two layers: a pipes 'n' wires layer and a grate layer. Still, it looks great when it's finished!

So, other hobbyists who've worked on this, are you gluing yours static or leaving it completely loose and variable? I'm on the fence right now. Leaving it unglued (except for the large towers, etc) makes it easier to store, but big set-piece terrain is nice, too. Opinions?


Meandering Shade said...

That's some lovely weathered metal!

I'm still trying to figure out what to do with all my 40k industrial terrain from the Imperial sector and shadow war box.
So far I've just been getting all the pieces cleaned up and organised in a project box, in preparation of getting jumped by a spark of inspiration.

Mark said...

Thanks! It’s terribly well detailed and takes a while to do using this method, but I’m committing to finishing the terrain from the initial box. I’m hoping it’ll be a welcome addition to games of Deathwatch Overkill, and hopefully spark a Necromunda or Inq 28 campaign.