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post #21 of 56 (permalink) Old 05-22-17, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Mid way through this project I was approached to finish a display board for a tourney only a few weeks away and felt compelled as I already had a great idea in mind.

The thrilling part of all this, is I get to build, experiment with and design some of my dream boards and at the end of it all I don't have to store it at my house. Haha. It's win win!

So this board was for a smallish Nurgle CSM army, a few squads of marines, minimal vehicles, a daemon prince and a TON of zombies.

I opted to give the board some height to put the more sturdy elements of the army a more important representation on the board.

And so begun construction....

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Laying down some minor details.

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I have been busy laying down some texture paint to create flow on the river section and also got started building the top piece for the board.


Another view of the board.
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Maximum likes. Wish I had have found something like the clips you're using for your pipeline before I started building mine!

Unfortunately Canada got rid of the penny and now my two cents rounds down to zero, so...take it for what you will.

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Maximum likes. Wish I had have found something like the clips you're using for your pipeline before I started building mine!
Part of the advantage of working in an electrical wholesaler! I found these clips and made sure I remembered them so I could buy some when the time was right. I've bought so much stuff from work to use for terrain haha.


We have SO MUCH to catch up on...

The palette is looking rough after the painting...



Sneaked in some pipes for the bluesteel table while mid painting of this nurgle board. A lot of fun to make. It almost feels like lego it snaps together so well.


And the final result!!!







The resin didn't pour as cleanly as I would have liked. I will have to spend some time learning how to properly use this material in the future.

The rusted effects add so much to it, the work put into the broken pipes and roofs makes a good system for this particular Death Guard army to place their troops in a tiered system to show off the biggest and baddest up the top.

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Looks amazing, the rust effect is clutch. Well done!

Unfortunately Canada got rid of the penny and now my two cents rounds down to zero, so...take it for what you will.

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Looks amazing, the rust effect is clutch. Well done!
Years of Death Guard has given me a particular skill set :D


Straight back into working on the bluesteel project. The buildings are really coming together with the subtle olive greens and steel.





Also found time to whip up some quick propoghanda posters to go with the set. These will be everywhere!
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those posters are pretty damn good! do the 'daily cult' pages have actual articles on them?
Not individually written no. I knew they would end up too small and weathered to be any use trying to read but for what it's worth they contain a section from a Vietnam veterans depiction of war which I thought was fitting.

So we have some crates and are doing some real work on the scatter pieces for this set currently including this cold fella.


All the scatter pieces together. There may be some not shown but its an impressive amount of portable cover.


And the warehouse wall itself with the racks.There was a lot of stress with these but they came out alright in the end. Very pleased with the result.

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The printer and the last run of "The Daily Cult" that never made it to retailers...
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Dude you've got all kinds of awesome going on here. Your pipes method looks really effective. What do you use?
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