Boring

This might be the most boring post for some time but I have to show that I’m actually working on it! I might head on to painting some sections this weekend. Today I made the control panel out of a RAM memory. Quite pleasing I think. I did some interior lockers and other stuff as well. The only thing left now is some concrete wall on the outside.

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No drumming today…

… With my band so it opened up for some new opportunities. Aka casting more and slowly making progress towards painting. I think I will be there soon I’ll just have to see the overall feel once all the pieces are put together. I’ll paint it in sections, walls, floor and other details separately. Yesterday I copied an old classic bulkhead with windows for the controlroom. I think it took the very sci fi feel back to Gothic necromunda.

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Shaping up

The last two weeks I’ve been casting and casting and casting… Slowly towards something. Today I had enough pieces to put it all together. Finally! I’ve only got some windows and a pipe joint in the center left. Then the fun begins: detailing and painting. Maybe I’ll have some time playing on it as well 🙂

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More casting

I have a bit of a motivation problem when I can’t see quick results. That’s why this project is running pretty slowly. But finally I’ve made enough moulds to mass produce tiles in batches of six. I’m still working on new moulds but it’s possible to see the outlines of the goal!

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Barrels o’fun

Do you remember the old Doom level “Barrels o’fun”? I do, exploding barrels everywhere! I thought it might be a pretty damn fun addition to necromunda. First of all I had to get some barrels relatively cheap and found a Tamiya kit. I had some thoughts of moulding myself but I went for the easier option. After adding some aquilas and skulls these are ready for painting. I hope to come up with some exiting rules as well. Maybe a specific scenario or just some terrain rules applicable for any scenario.

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Line of sight

A friend of mine bought this little gadget. A small camera with WiFi connection. Very useful when determining line of sight. On this terrain it sometimes impossible to get your head in to position to actually see what the mini sees. Connected to an iPad or similar it’s quite easy to get a view from the model’s perspective.

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The size of the camera is not much larger than a model.

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The view on the pad.

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The camera is placed at the tank on the upper right.

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This just another in game picture. Nothing to do with the camera.