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Posts Tagged ‘40k scenery’

40k Terrain: Imperial Guard Command Posts are Done!

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

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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… Continue reading

40k Terrain — Imperial Guard Command Post Almost Done

Friday, November 19th, 2010

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Back in September, I told you I would make two great Imperial Guard Command Posts from paper shipping molds. Now that I got through make my Warhammer Army for North Star, I can get back to my 40k Terrian projects. These molds are used for packaging electronics in boxes, and come in many shapes and… Continue reading

North Star Warhammer Terrain

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

The North Star Tournament is unique on the Warhammer Tournament circuit. It is of moderate size played in a nice ball room.1 North Star Warhammer Terrain The Tournament team provides 35 tables for players and there is plenty of space – and time. Five matches of two-and-a-half-hours each over two days… Continue reading

So much going on…

Sunday, October 10th, 2010

Still haven’t been able to get to the command posts I noted last week on 40k terrain. Need to do a few sketches (so I know where to put doors and windows), cut the MDF, mount the paper forms, cut the windows and doors, make door and window frames out of either card stock or plastic card, add some gravel, barbed wire, and stuff, and paint. Sounds like a short… Continue reading

Pumping Station from Grendel’s Lair

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

I’ve only bought two finished terrain pieces. 40k terrain is so easy and relatively inexpensive to make, it seems silly to buy. But, there are a few places where you can get some pretty good deals on terrain that just works. Jason Watkins, owner of Grendel’s Lair, attends local gaming events (Tacticon and GhengisCon) and sells some fantastic terrain.

I bought a nice Gothic themed pumping station… Continue reading

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