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My continued Underhive Terrain adventures

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:49 pm 
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Here's the Water Still I'm working on until I can finish the Chapel
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WOW!

The hits just keep coming! Maintain the HIGH standard man!


What is that mounted on?

Is that foamcore or masonite? I can't really tell what it is.

BTW- That plastic weld stuff you have in the background, that stuff is AWESOME.

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Dr_Remulack wrote:
WOW!

The hits just keep coming! Maintain the HIGH standard man!


What is that mounted on?

Is that foamcore or masonite? I can't really tell what it is.

BTW- That plastic weld stuff you have in the background, that stuff is AWESOME.


It's .118/.125 Plasticard, same thing I used with the Redemptionist Chapel.

And I agree, PlasticWeld is awesome. Unfortunately, I've wasted 2 bottles in the past year because, even if you leave them slightly unscrewed, the stuff will evaporate in a few hours.


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Well, it's been rather slow-going lately (work, holiday preparations, GW taking a ridiculous amount of time to get me my bitz...) but I've been doing a little work.

Here's the completed Pump/Waterstill (just need to add rivets & bolts)
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This is the Generatorium I started (it's nowhere near finished)
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That generator is seeeeeeeeeeeeexy! :eek:

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Well said!

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Love the generator... It is SWEET.

All of it is awesome...

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Well, here's what I've been working on over Xmas and New Year's. Unfortunately, my Dremel Stylus pooped out over the weekend, so it's taken longer than I like to work on these. Hopefully, I can find my receipt and send it in to get fixed under warranty. I never realized how much I relied on it! :eek:

Refinery Tower (not yet complete)
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Refinery Tower Rear
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AutoWarehouse Tower (I just started this last night and it's nowhere near complete - right now I'm working on the servitor-crane)
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AutoWarehouse Tower Side
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Happy Holidays!


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Good God, man.

Well done, I'm completely floored at these pieces, and I imagine that your finished painted pieces will provide inspiration for just about every Necro player on the EFF.

WOW.


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Ancientsociety, I really like the curved pipes on the back of the cylindrical refinery tower. Are those just styrene pieces from Plastruct or Evergreen or are they from another source? They look excellent.

EDIT: Actually, now that I look at the first few pictures, I see a bottle of Plastruct glue in the background, so I assume the pieces are from Plastruct. Can you share what they are? Thanks!


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Looking good there and i can always use more ideas on how to use bulkheads. :)

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Randall wrote:
Ancientsociety, I really like the curved pipes on the back of the cylindrical refinery tower. Are those just styrene pieces from Plastruct or Evergreen or are they from another source? They look excellent.

EDIT: Actually, now that I look at the first few pictures, I see a bottle of Plastruct glue in the background, so I assume the pieces are from Plastruct. Can you share what they are? Thanks!


I use Plastruct, Evergreen, and Midwest Products styrene. Don't know for sure which those are from. I do know that the smaller pipes are a thicker tube that I just bent under hot running water. The larger one is thinner so I just cut angled sections out to make the curve


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Very Nice Work...

Can't wait to see it painted.

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Sorry for the delay in posting everyone. January has been a busy month for me and that, coupled with my Dremel still being dead, means it's been slow-going. Anyway, enjoy this small update.

Walkways (with my little scratchbuilt Runabout - it's so cute!)
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Servitor-Crane (and yes, the gear base turns 360)
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Servitor-Crane Detail
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AutoWarehouse Tower Block (nowhere near finished)
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As always, very inspiring! I really like the servitor-crane!

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