It would be both cool and functional (and add realism like Bits says) to add some Pringle tub towers to the middle of the multi-story parts.
thats pretty much all its lacking, we are surrounded by buildings, there are literally millions of examples of buildings, yet when some people build scenery they completely forget that a building must have certain things including and most importantly is a function
, infact i think if my memory serves that the founding principle of architecture is "form follows function", meaning(as i understand it) if you want to design and build a football stadium for 80,000 people then you will need to design something that has the capacity to fit a foot ball pitch and 80,000 seats that can all see the game of foot ball, that means certain things will have to be included in the design and is why most foot ball stadiums look similar at a base level.
But thats essentially whats wrong with this terrain for 40k use, its great for say necromunda (looks like its taken a fair amount of "influence" from the necromunda kit if im honest) as the setting was inside a hive world so walkways and platforms works perfectly well in that setting, but as soon as it sits "out doors" so to speak it lacks walls and purpose.
that said i really think this type of lazer cut terrain has real promise as a truely modular scenery kit or as the basis for people to build onto(pringle tubs and pot noodles at the ready!)
i priced up a laser cutter last year myself, but realized i needed to invest my time in learning some form of design software first as i dont have enough knowledge to get my ideas from brain to screen, give me plasticard and a scalple and i can do terrain, give me a mouse and a screen and photoshop and im an extra in the walking dead.
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