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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-11-10, 09:14 PM
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The work on the crushed cathedral or whatever is amazing. I hope anything I do can turn out half as good as that.

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great wip.. Hope to see this one painted..
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Hey Guys!

Been a while i am sorry, i have a update on what ive got done. Not everything is fully painted yet and there is some little touches to add here and there. You can see the size and look of the finished gaming table and some buildings/pieces ive added to it all.

Everything you see is all card pink foam plaster sand/grit and all hand made apart from the old Necromunda bulkheads and 40k corner buildings some of you may notice. they are just sitting there doing nothing so decided i should use them finally.

Next i want to build a water tower storage yard bits and id also like some roads and movable craters.

Hope you like it having my first Campaign game on it tonight with my pal Ken.

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Beautiful work. The cathedral is awe inspiring.
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Beautiful work. The cathedral is awe inspiring.
Just wait until he posts his next update, he's redone the cathedral and that truly is amazing! Get to it Whiskey!
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Hello heresy readers!

Yes as my friend above mentioned there has been some changes.

I decided after a few games that the fixed Cathedral wasn't getting enough love and not using it made me wish it was movable.

So back into the garage i went onto chopping and sawing. Once the mdf parts were cut i stuck down the New version and added some extras, more plaster and some sand/gravel etc.

All done and painted now. its effectively 3 pieces of scenery that when put together do create a whole building.

Hope you like it !

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