My terrain painting franzy continues, apparently, and I've finished more stuff that have been waiting for paint for quite a while - some of these kits have been sitting on their boxes for years (!).
First, there is the Modular Gaming Hill, from GW. Our club just acquired 2 kits, and these are amazing terrain pieces, that work well standing alone on a corner of the table...
... Combined in two...
... Or combined in four!
Perfect to create area terrain on corners of the table or on the middle of it. Very adaptable, and fit for any system, on any scale.
Next, a couple monuments - an Imperial Hero from the Honored Imperium set and a wizard from some Lord of The Rings terrain set, perhaps - and a defence barrier, custom made by a member of the club (I just gave it a base and painted it).
We also have a medieval watch tower, also created by a member of our group, a custom built stone defence barrier and a couple more pieces - old tires and something that looks like a fuel reservoir.
Finnaly, we have a couple Citadel Woods, which are some of the terrain pieces I'm most found of. Those are really beautiful kits, and I wanted them to have a late autumn look, as this seem to fit their design quite well. I may add some static grass to their base to complete their look.
There is much stuff still on the works, and also some things of my own, as a Space Marine Fleet from Battlefleet Gothic, and they will be showing up here soon.
I'd like to take a moment to mention an amazing kit I found on Ebay, recently. It's the Mega Hive One Modular Wargaming set.
Here is the link:
This kit has remarkable detail, comes at a very good price, and they are modular, which means you can join many parts together and create any structure you can think of. Really, the limit is your imagination. I purchased 10 kits and am building a Imperial Fortress with them.
I'm so excited with how it is coming out, that I decided to buy more kits and further expand my fortress, making it trully epic and "40kish".
I'll post pictures of my WIP on the next days.
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Very nice; the Citadel trees definitely bring to mind the White Tree of Gondor, or the Wildwood of House Stark in "A Game of Thrones".ReplyDelete