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post #15 of (permalink) Old 04-15-13, 09:47 PM Thread Starter
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I'm now thinking about combining deck plating with other components, namely pipework and girders. The images above show several views of a short stretch of corridor, although equally this could be used as a bridge or walkway. As you can see, the pipework remains visible through the slits in the floor panels, giving an extra layer and exposing some of the inner workings of the ship.

Since I am going for a gothic/industrial architectural style, I plan on leaving a lot of pipework, cabling and machinery exposed, to give specific areas of the Space Hulk (namely the enginorium) a mechanical - and slightly harder - sci-fi feel. Whilst the aesthetic feel of the architecture is my main concern, I also want to achieve at least an element of 'believability' (assisting with the suspension of disbelief that is so important in story telling).

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