This week I painted some more short walkways for Necromunda / Inquisimunda. I decided to give my Underhive terrain collection a big boost by buying the 'TT Combat Industrial Hive Mega Complex' set (for ~£30), which is a bundle of five laser-cut ply terrain packs. These are three short walkways / ramps from the Industrial Walkways pack. You can never have enough walkways in Necromunda! I am considering adding card panels to cover the gap in the railings, to provide more cover for moving gangers.
The TT Combat industrial scenery is nice & sturdy & very easy to glue together, but a little lacking in detail compared to similar manufacturers like 4Ground & Sarissa Precision (let alone the classic plastic bulkheads of the original Necromunda boxed set), but it is functional, mimics the original boxed structures well, & paints-up smoothly. I have been adding rivets using discs sliced from plastic sprues, plus other details such as parts from the GW Imperial Sector buildings set to increase the detail.
Sunday, 17 September 2017
Sunday, 10 September 2017
More underhive scenery for Necromunda / Inquisimunda - some short walkways. These were very easy to make - a strip of 5mm thick foamboard, with three beams of foamboard underneath, the two end beams allowing each walkway to rest neatly between structures. I added panels snipped from cereal box card to the sides to conceal the exposed foam, & covered the top with watered-down PVA glue before laying a strip of sewing mesh over it, to represent wire grille. I learned about sewing mesh as a metal grille effect from a YouTube terrain-making tutorial recently, & it's excellent - cheap, so easy to work with, & very effective! The mesh needs a spray-paint undercoat as it doesn't take brush paint well straight-off. I 'pre-damaged' the mesh prior to sticking it down, & painted these 'corroded' areas as rusty. For variety, I added some hive-quake grit & stones to two of the walkways.