40k Terrain: Imperial Guard Command Posts are Done!
Finally! My two Imperial Guard Command Posts are done. This was a fun 40k scenery project. Using the free form shape of the molded paper packaging forces creativity (which is why I did the sketch in October on 40k Terrain). The windows are made of matt board; the doors foam board; and the fence posts are sprue frames. I used household matt paint for the majority of the painting.
My plan is to use these 40k buildings for Planetstrike games as a command centre strategm. This provides counter-counter attack to friendly units within 6″. I may also use it as a small bastion. And I don’t see any reason you couldn’t use it as both, of course. However, I’m not sure these work as Warhammer terrain for Cities of Death. They just don’t have the right look to be part of a city scape.
I’ll prepare a tutorial and put it online sometime over Thanksgiving weekend!
Meanwhile, I’ve received some comments about the resolution of my photos. It’s not just resolution — I don’t have a light box and the flash on the camera isn’t quite enough some times. So the contrast suffers. I will find a way, however, to provide better quality photos to my great readers. This picture is linked to a higher resolution photo now, for example. Thanks for the support!