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I really love this, i've saved a fair few pics for my own inspiration.

One niggle: would the guns really be packaged as loaded? I say clip the magazines off.
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I really love this, i've saved a fair few pics for my own inspiration.

One niggle: would the guns really be packaged as loaded? I say clip the magazines off.
Thanks! inspiration is the best part of putting your work out there. Getting people to think outside their box or maybe try something that's never really occured before.

There are a few guns without magazines lying around, the magazines can still be in the gun and it be packaged empty but I get your point.

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I have begun work on a very big part of this project. I am lucky that with my measurements quickly taken once the walls went up that I can fit in there exactly as I meant to.





It was a pretty tight fit, and there is a lot of work to go into making the racks look good but there is always time.
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And lastly is a shot of everything so far that I've made/collected for this racking system.

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All this looks great!
Thank you! I got a lot more to come! Been very busy as usual!

I built a printer out of leftover MDF scraps from miniaturescenery.com They've been beyond useful!


Also made some other unknown-use machinery haha. But it fills the space well.



and the factory as it was when I left it.

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Thats some great detail work!
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Thats some great detail work!
Thank you. There is a lot to go still! :D


Starting construction on the elements of this piece. Just some machinery in this building, nothing too fancy.


I didn't get any progress before I ended up finishing this. So I took some before and after of the buildings for spraying.





Moving on! More updates soon.

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I made up some posters, as I love the trash and well-lived in look of the terrain I've made in the past and especially for a genestealer cult propaganda factory it should really be making plenty of paper to push forth the message.

A couple of serious ones, dictating the cult as the champions of the people, fighting an unbearable tide of hatred and tyranny in the form of imperial forces.






And one with a bit more fun to it.


I began laying down the colors for the machinery, I went with a sort of straight-laced green as having worked around the stuff before its either that or a very olive color. Loved the results so far.


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Small update just some layers of paint down on some of the larger elements of this piece.

chimera WIP


Rhino WIP


Printer WIP

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