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Made this a while ago


Just been built


from a different angle


Full painted and based with tau on it(haven't finished them yet :?


Just anougther angle


from above

sorry about the spellings

James
 

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I love it. A guy here just started offering to make terrain out of his Hirst Arts moulds for the bunch of us and I for one am -seriously- thinking about it.
 

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I'm adding this to the shopping thread...frellin awesome...I wonder if there;s anything lighter than plaster that could be used without being too weak or expensive? I'm just thinking plaster scenery would he heavy as shit
 

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A bit LOTR looking, but a top piece of kit all the same.
Would make for a really cool medieval style city fight board. 8)
 

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Or you could add overgrown vegetation and it could be ruins that time is slowly breaking down....
 

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Check out their site, they got hightech stuff too. could make your own 3d spacehulk board ;-)

Plus, ebsides..bit medievaley-looking gothic ruins are a staple of 40k. Not the whole board, certainly, but a ruined temple for sure
 

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I keep a surplus of the hirst arts bricks (along with a hammer) for ruined bits. That and ground up sprues. (sprues + hand crank meat grinder= great ruined bits)

I really like the hirst arts molds and hydrastone. Got a local buddy who has most of their non-sci-fi molds. They are actually really spiffy for making cool mini-bases.
 
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