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My continued Underhive Terrain adventures

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oh wow those are really nice. is the rust made by air brush? im serriously in need of one.
we have just got the go ahead to hire the local youth centre for £6 an hour. so building scenery is going to be on the todo list

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Shanty little shack! Started work on my Shanty Town board, here's a large-ish group shot:

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Some more close-ups and info on my blog:
http://empireofghosts.blogspot.com/2011/11/terrain-wip-shanty-town.html

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omg im really envious! id love all of that. they are perfect for any type of game.

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I'm finally finished with work on the shanty town and wanted to post pics of the finished pieces before painting and small details. I mentioned how they were built in my previous post so I won't re-hash that here.

More info and MUCH more pics here

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oooooh, I really like the look of those shanties, and the rest of the work in your thread. Some very inspiring work!


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As always, sir, you disgust me with how well you make terrain. But instead of jealousy I will instead attempt to gain inspiration from your many updates and work hard on my own stuff!

For your structures, what size/thickness plasticard do you use?


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Well, it's not as nice as I wanted it to be but for a few days work (total), I think it makes a fairly nice board. Mostly, I'm frustrated by the fact that the weathered wood tutorial I found online do NOT work the way the author pictured (which is why much of the wooden pieces appear white-washed, rather than weathered).

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mafiacheese wrote:
As always, sir, you disgust me with how well you make terrain. But instead of jealousy I will instead attempt to gain inspiration from your many updates and work hard on my own stuff!

For your structures, what size/thickness plasticard do you use?


It varies, nothing under .40" though.

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Have you ever used any of the thinner stuff for detail work? I bought some .30 because it seems like I remember someone on here used it to etch out details (because the material is sturdier than card or cardboard) and then attached it to larger terrain pieces, but I haven't turned it up in the older threads.


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mafiacheese wrote:
Have you ever used any of the thinner stuff for detail work? I bought some .30 because it seems like I remember someone on here used it to etch out details (because the material is sturdier than card or cardboard) and then attached it to larger terrain pieces, but I haven't turned it up in the older threads.


Yes, I've used thinner plasticard for detailing work. It's just not sturdy enough for underlying structures under .40"

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I threw together a small marketplace in a few days this past weekend. I was inspired by Nevermore's thread on Lead Adventure on how to make simple market stalls from matchsticks and foamboard. The tutorial is really simple and the only changes I made were adding a second crossbrace to the end pieces and using pre-printed fabrics on the roofs.

I used some charms as small sculptures, rolls of fabric, some dollhouse cutlery and dishes, and various weapons to round out the goods offered.

The sack stacks are made from oven-baked clay. I just rolled out a length, cut small pieces and tapered the edges before building up the stack and using a piece of canvas to add texture to the surface of the stacks. 30 minutes of bake time and 30 minutes of drybrushing and a wash and viola! - instant sacks!

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For all your Underhive or Post-Apocalyptic needs, look no further than these handy little concrete pipe bunkers!

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More pics and info:
http://empireofghosts.blogspot.com/2013 ... -pipe.html

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Man I really love all your terrain, I would love to see it all set up on a table with miniatures battling it out.

The market place is awesome, using printed fabrics for the top covers makes it look so authentic. The only thing I could think of to add would be like hanging goods (dead animals/meat stuff like that.)

The bags, super simple to make like you said, yet so effective looking with the rest of the stalls and stuff. Man awesome!

The pipe bunkers are cool as hell too! could use a bit of graffiti or battle scaring perhaps? Just for color of course :)

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i'm in the middle of building a 3 storey pipe outlet at the mo, mostly from a kid's shape set. But yours are quite inspiring, ASoc. Those market pieces are pretty cool too, We've made a few kinds but they never really capture the look properly. Maybe I need to refer to the artwork...


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What!? More Necromunda terrain??? Shut yo face!


More info below:
http://empireofghosts.blogspot.com/2013 ... munda.html

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