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Posts Tagged ‘40k battlefield’

40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 3

Friday, October 1st, 2010

The last post gave some ideas on how you can spruce up your Games Workshop moonscape craters. Now I’ll review how to finish them. When you’re done, you’ll have five fantastic 40k terrain pieces that will work on any battlefield.

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40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 2

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

The previous 40k terrain post reviewed tools and materials you were going to need to upgrade Games Workshop’s moonscape craters. This post assembles most of those materials and prepares them for painting. The final post in this series will review painting and detailing.

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40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 1

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Games Workshop’s moonscape pack is a pretty good value. For under $20 dollars and well under two hour’s time, you can have five nicely detailed 40k terrain craters. These craters are multi-functional. They can be used in Planetstrike to reflect the pre-game bombardments and fires storms; and they can be used in any Warhammer 40k game to show where tanks or fortifications blew up. In game terms and subject to… Continue reading

40k Terrain – It’s a game!

Friday, September 17th, 2010

There’s been a great deal of discussion on the forums lately about how much 40k terrain is enough and how to place it so it’s fair and so on. This is a wargame! It’s supposed to be fun, and we’re supposed to be good sports when we win and lose. Do what YOU think is fun that other people will do with you. Hopefully, that will include some element of… Continue reading

40k Terrain — Better craters take time…

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

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I’m putting final touches on my Games Workshop 40k terrain craters. I’ve put all sorts of battlefield debris on the five craters and it’s taking a bit to paint. And the tutorial’s taking a bit of time to write. So, for now, I’ll have to leave you with these two teasers. I think they work superb with my Imperial Guard. 40k scenery doing what… Continue reading

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